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There are many different terms that are used when talking about assistive technology which can make it confusing to tell the difference between different services and supports. This guide provides an overview of some common terms and examples related to assistive technology.Read more
A toolkit full of tips - including talking, reading, and singing - to help improve a child's early language development and experiences.Read more
Due to COVID-19, people have been limited in being able to go into the community. Schools, stores and businesses have been closed, leaving people to spend most of their time at home. As places start to open, it's important to discuss how comfortable your loved one is with going into the community. This resource provides parents and caregivers with some things to consider when talking with loved ones.Read more
Teachers are integral members of the Individualized Education Program (IEP) team and may be responsible to lead activities related to planning and gathering information for the IEP meeting. This Teachers’ Desk Reference provides information to assist teachers in following established timelines and procedures. This publication also offers tips to help teachers organize preparation tasks that result in sound IEPs that meet state and federal regulations. This resource is available on the website of the Pennsylvania Training and Technical Assistance Network (PaTTAN).Read more
The Technology Assisted Children’s Home Program (TACHP) provides advocacy, resources, and support for families who have children at home and use any sort of machine to replace a vital organ.Read more