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Assistive Technology Within the IEP Process: Developing Legally Compliant Best Practices

 
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Presented by Karen A. Haase

The IDEA has always required schools to provide assistive technology to students with disabilities if the IEP team determines the child needs it to realize educational benefit. But the proliferation of devices, software and applications means every educator needs to get up to speed on emerging legal issues.

Attorney Karen Haase reviews the legal mandate to provide AT to students with disabilities — making this recorded audio conference the ideal way to train all your staff on their compliance obligations. Plus, with a focus on the valuable lessons to be gleaned from key case decisions, you also learn best practices to:

  • Identify factors to consider in determining whether AT is necessary for FAPE
  • Sort through the sometimes overwhelming array of AT devices being demanded by parents
  • Handle requests for specific devices based on perceived, rather than actual, need
  • Determine and articulate appropriate limits on how AT is used outside of school grounds
  • Respond to student misuse of AT
  • And more!

(2016. CD. 90 min. Product Code: 3801.051016. S/H: $5.50)

(Printed materials included. CDs must be prepaid. No returns on CDs.)

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