For most people, technology makes things easier.
For children with disabilities, technology makes things POSSIBLE.
During the school day, students at Paul B. Stephens School benefit from using a wide variety of technology and assistive technology devices (depending on their individual abilities) to participate in activities and to communicate with others.
Assistive Technology is a system of tools, strategies and services that enable a person with disabilities to function to his/her maximum potential educationally, vocationally, socially and in their daily living activities.
Assistive technology enhances:
For our students, this means . . .
Switches and touch windows allow students to access computers. Voice Output Communication Aides allow non-verbal students to communicate.