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Choosing assistive technology for deaf students with additional disabilities

How teachers can choose what assistive technology to use with deaf students who have additional disabilities.
Logo of the Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative has a stick figure drawing of an adult next to a small child, each holding a yellow star. To the right of the drawing is the acronym, WATI.

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This book chapter guides teachers in choosing assistive technology to use with students who have multiple disabilities. This can include deaf-blind students, or deaf students with other disabilities that affect learning. In addition to choosing assistive technology for deaf students with additional disabilities, the chapter also explains alternate teaching strategies.

Teachers who read this chapter may also want to read the chapter on Assistive Technology for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students.

This PDF file is mostly accessible for people using screen reading software, but with some difficulty with navigation.

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