Webinar

Tech for Tots

In this video: Data shows that students who start using technology early are more likely to be independent and have more post-school opportunities.

In this video:

Data shows that students who start using technology early are more likely to be independent and have more post-school opportunities.

Many students with visual impairments are often “college eligible” but not “college ready”, so come learn about the technology available, the laws surrounding assistive technology, importance around assessments, and the skills needed to ensure success that you can start NOW!

Presenters Samantha Eyley, M.Ed., TVI, COMS and HuyenTran Vo, TVI, COMS, CVRT, CATIS, will provide an overview of technology available for students who are visually impaired while stressing the importance of getting children exposed and assessed in technology as young as possible.

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