Assistive Technology for Learners with CVI
An approach to assistive technology evaluation using the SETT framework and unique considerations for students with CVI.
This course will provide an overview of how to approach making assistive technology decisions for learners with CVI. Participants will gain an understanding of what constitutes assistive technology and the role of assistive technology in the IEP. We will also cover an approach to assistive technology evaluation using the SETT framework and unique considerations for students with CVI. Participants will also learn about the Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology Services and how those can be used by teams to help evaluate the effectiveness of their assistive technology.
ACVREP has approved this course for Certified Assistive Technology Instructional Specialists for People with Visual Impairments (CATIS).
Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to:
This course will use a chapter from Lueck, Amanda & Dutton, Gordon N., (2015). Vision and the Brain: Understanding Cerebral Vision Impairment in Children. New York: APH Press, which will be provided within the course, with permission from American Printing House.
Due to the high demand for this course, we are unable to refund fees to participants who withdraw after the course start date. Please review the schedule and syllabus for this course to be sure that you will be able to participate fully.
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