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Assistive technology basics

Checklist: What to Ask Colleges About Assistive Technology

By Amanda Morin

If your child uses assistive technology (AT) to help with learning and attention issues, he may want to ask prospective colleges about what AT services are available on campus. Here’s a list of questions for your child to ask prospective colleges about their policies and programs.

Assistive Technology Policies
Access to Assistive Technology

Have your child refer to this checklist when investigating prospective universities. You and your child may want to think about these questions, too.

About the Author

Amanda Morin

Amanda Morin

As a writer specializing in parenting and education, Amanda Morin draws on her experience as a teacher, early intervention specialist and mom to children with learning issues.

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