Assistive Technology

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Smartphones, PDAs, iPads, and tablet computers can be powerful tools for managing cognitive-behavioral challenges experienced by people with autism. They can be easily customized to support just-in-time activity cueing, task-sequencing, wayfinding, communication assistance and behavioral coaching, among other uses. This presentation examines consumer platforms, applications and strategies for implementing individualized cognitive-behavioral suites, providing real life case studies, practical examples and outcome measures to assure success.
Funded by: ACE

Corresponding Text

Book Cover: Life Beyond the Classroom Transition Strategies for Young People with Disabilities

Chapter #12: Using Technology from School to Adulthood: Unleashing the Power

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Tony Gentry
Tony Gentry