Advanced Studies of Assistive Technology & Transition   [Archived Catalog]
2022-2023 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook with Spring addendum

SPED 642 - Advanced Studies of Assistive Technology & Transition

3 Credit(s)
This course addresses a variety of subtopics, including current legislation, funding, assessment, resources and curriculum related to assistive technology (AT) and transition to adulthood. Candidates will learn about advancements in technologies and services that can support a person with a disability to reach individual academic, employment and daily living goals. Candidates will develop skills in administering assistive technology and vocational assessments and will develop appropriate goals and lessons for student success in school-related or post-secondary tasks. Emphasis will be on working with students who have learning, cognitive, communication and sensory disabilities that cause difficulties in academics, memory, organization, communication, self-help, movement, hearing and vision.