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ATIA Funding Resources Guide

Resources for funding assistive technology
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VO Lab Game to Teach VoiceOver Gestures

iPad app designed for students who are blind or visually impaired to practice VoiceOver gestures
Tactile Skills Matrix

Tactile Skills Matrix

Find APH products that can be used to address a range of tactile skills for students who are blind or visually impaired
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Assistive Technology Trainer Guidelines and Procedures

Assessment tools, performance objectives and measurements for evaluating students who are blind or visually impaired using a range of assistive tech
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APH Talking Typer App Now Available!

Talking Typer App is an accessible typing and computer keyboard tutorial app for students who are blind or visually impaired.
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iOS Device Skills Checklist

iOS Skills checklist for teaching students who are blind or visually impaired
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7 Steps to Creating an Accessible Word Document

Follow these steps to make a Word document accessible to people using a screen reader,
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Questions to Ask Your Child's Audiologist

Wondering what to ask your child's audiologist? This list of questions can help you get started!
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Accessing EasyBib.com Using JAWS

Step-by-step guidelines to create an accessible bibliography using an automatic citation tool and a screen reader.
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Functional Literacy Self-Paced Tutorial

Online self-paced tutorial on functional literacy for students with visual impairments and additional disabilities
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Braille Easy iOS App for One-Handed Braille Users

Free iOS app to produce braille with one hand.
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A Curriculum for Multi-Sensory-Impaired Children

Free curriculum for learners with multi-sensory impairment (deafblind) with multiple disabilities
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12 Apps for Learners Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

Wondering which apps are best for people who are blind or partially sighted? This annotated list is a good place to start!
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Smiley Sight Words App

Smiley Sight Words is an accessible app that teaches high-frequency sight words to your child, including those who are blind or who have low vision.
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Donut Forget Your Valentines

Print and braille valentines to celebrate Valentine's Day!
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AccessWorld App from AFB

Official app for AFB's AccessWorld, which is an online magazine dedicated to technology and people with vision loss.
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Cortana for Windows 10

An overview of Microsoft's personal assistant for Windows, Cortana, with pros and cons for people with visual impairments
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Meet Liam: A video story of a 7-year-old who is deafblind

Video stories about 7-year-old boy who is deafblind and fully included in second grade.
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Tools for Teaching Math

The Exceptional Teaching website offers a wide variety of products for tactile, visual or auditory learning needs.
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Ballyland Rotor App

This app is designed to teach children who are blind or low vision the gestures for the rotor in VoiceOver.

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