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In this webinar, David Hobbs, doctoral student at Flinders University in Australia, talks about his research on applied technologies focusing on tactile sensory agnosia in the hands of children with cerebral palsy, and the design and development of an interactive, haptic computer gaming system as a novel therapy intervention for...

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Video modeling is frequentely used for training individuals with ASD to learn social and academic skills. These videos are often prepared and produced by either researchers or teachers. This study investigated whether, after receiving training, mothers of students in the ASD spectrum could produce video modeling, and whether those videos...

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Children born in the 21st century use digital media everywhere - at home and at school, at the public library and at the doctor's office. In this article, the authors talk about the importance of having parents and children using digital media together, and the need for more guidance on...

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In this study, the authors used video-self-modeling (VSM) intervention to improve academic performance of 2 middle school students with ASD (both Caucasian and female) and to measure improvements in on task behavior and appropriate transitions. With use of VSM, both students showed significant progress for appropriate transition and on task...

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Developed by a mother of twins with autism, the Gemiini is a web-based program using the Discrete Video Modeling (DVM) technique. DVM promotes the use and repetition of small bits of information to develop language, reading and social skills for individuals on the ASD and Down Syndrome. Available on a...

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In this presentation, Heather Feldner, Ph.D. in Disability Studies, talks about Go Baby Go (a technology hacking initiative developed at the University of Delaware) and her investigation on family and child experiences with technology design.

Link: https://vimeo.com/193648899

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In this article, Melissa Herzig, Ed.D., VL2 Manager and cofounder and associate director of the new PhD program in educational neuroscience at Gallaudet University, discusses the importance of exposing deaf/hard of hearing students to bilingual education and how technology can help develop strong bilingual literacy skills.

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In this webinar, experienced AT professionals from Fairfax County, Va public schools demonstrate how to develop and conduct AT assessments, and implement activities in early childhood classrooms and at home to make participation and learning accessible to all students! ( Get the slides .)

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The 2016 main award of the Inclusive Technology Prize was given to an open source assistive communication software that is completely free: The Open Voice Factory (formally AzuleJoe) converts communication boards into communication devices. The program allows users to generate Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) packages by uploading PPT templates...

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In this webinar, Deborah Lynam, Director of Community Engagement at Learning Ally, talks about evidence-based reading intervention programs and the various assistive technology programs that support literacy interventions. She advocates the use of audiobooks as a tool to promote access to higher level readings and build independnce and self confidence....

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