Training Materials for Developing Plans that Include AT
Teachers, therapists, administrators, and parents often need training in order to develop clear, concise, comprehensive IEPs. Here are some training materials for documenting AT in IEP’s/IFSPs.
- Documenting AT Supports and Services in the IEP-One of the many excellent training modules from the Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI) is one on AT Supports and Services in the IEP. It includes many useful suggestions. (Note: If you have already signed up with the AT Internet Modules, the link will take you directly to the module. If you have not yet signed up, go ahead and do that. There is no charge and they do not share your name with anyone else. Then investigate the many modules available.)
- Guiding document for Including AT in the IEP-The website for Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology (QIAT) has many resources including guiding documents. The Guiding Document for Including AT in the IEP is the first one on the page. It includes numerous examples of how AT can be effectively described in an IEP.