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Resources on Assistive Technology

This listing of resources on assistive technology for children with disabilities is a good starting point for finding many materials.
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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If you’re ready to spend a few hours browsing through many resources on assistive technology for young students with disabilities, then this web page is for you. It provides links to web sites about assistive technology. Many of these resources address the needs of children with all kinds of disabilities, including deaf and hard of hearing children.

This is not meant to be a full listing of all the resource sites available on assistive technology. The staff of the Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative (WATI) made this list of the resources they like best. Exploring these links may help you find more web sites on assistive technology not listed here.

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