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Cracking the AAC Code

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Cracking the AAC Code is a training offered by Special Education Support & Technical Assistance (SESTA). Topics will include hands-on experience with: foundational knowledge, conducting AAC evaluations, goal setting, implementation of both low and high tech communication devices, coaching, as well as literacy and writing activities for AAC users.

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Computers for Idaho Students with Disabilities on an IEP

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The IATP, continues to collaborate with Computers for Kids, Inc. and the SDE: Division of Special Education, to supply computers to Idaho students with disabilities, grades K thru 12 who have an Individualized Education Plan (IEP).

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Our Stateside Locations

Map of Idaho Assistive Technology Project locations statewide.

The Idaho Assistive Technology Project has locations around the state. All offices provide information, training and demonstration services, as well as house our equipment lending libraries.

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Assistance Continues for those with Deaf-Blindness

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Do you or someone you know have difficulty seeing a telephone display or computer screen even while wearing glasses? Does this same person have difficulty hearing the telephone or television even while wearing hearing aids or the volume turned up as loud as it will go?

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