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Assistive Technology Options

Thousands of AT options are available to help people with disabilities eat, dress, move, see, hear, communicate, learn, work, and play.  Check out Assistive Technology Solutions from the Center on Technology and Disability (CTD) to learn some of the low- and high-tech options designed to provide students with disabilities access to educational materials and instruction.

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