Assistive Technology

Universal Design for Living (UDL)

Assistive Technology refers to an array of devices and services used to increase, maintain, or improve functional capabilities for students with a disability. This may include equipment and/or instructional strategies needed to aid communication (spoken or written), mobility, self care and other needs arising from sensory, motor, cognitive or social impairments. The devices may range from simple modifications to sophisticated technical equipment.

Please contact one of the following for more information:

Special Education Assistant Principal (Pathfinder)
K-12 Special Education Supervisor (Centreville, Constantine, Mendon, & White Pigeon)
Jennifer Leosh-Stahl
Special Education Monitor for Accountability & Program Improvement
Executive Director of Special Education
K-12 Special Education Supervisor (Burr Oak, Colon, Nottawa, & Sturgis)
Early On/Early Childhood/K-12 Special Education Supervisor (Three Rivers)
Special Education Principal (Pathfinder)
Special Education Executive Assistant