Accessible instructional materials or AIM are specialized formats of curricular content that can be used by and with students who are unable to read or use standard print materials. Specialized formats include braille, audio, large print, and digital text.Go to the AIM Website
QIAT: Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology Services Website is a source of information, resources, and professional discussion about the evaluation and use of assistive technology.Go to the QIAT Website
Assistive Technology can be used to improve the social and cognitive participation and growth of young children with disabilities. Read CITEd's Info Brief for more information and a six-step guide to AT decision making for young learners. The six-step guide is practical for considering AT use for all school age children.