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  • Reports

    AIM Report on Disparities in Postsecondary Learning Materials for Students with Disabilities (2011) -- Available formats: word
    This new report from the Advisory Commission on Accessible Instructional Materials(AIM) provides recommendations for improving the ability of postsecondary students with disabilities to obtain accessible instructional materials in a timely and cost-effective manner.

    Work, Assistive Technology and Transition-Aged Youth (2009) -- Available formats: word
    This publication from Neighborhood Legal Services looks at funding sources for AT as youth transition to work and post-secondary activities.

  • Teleconferences

    AT, Work and Transition Aged Youth June 18, 2009 (2009) -- Available formats: rtf mp3
    Jim Sheldon from Neighborhood Legal Services led a discussion on how students with disabilities and their families can fund a range of assistive technology (AT) needed as they finish their last years of high school, move into higher education, and plan to enter the workforce. Using a case scenario, Jim facilitated a discussion about how a young person can access several funding sources, including special education programs, Medicaid, Medicare, vocational rehabilitation programs, and SSI Plan for Achieving Self Support (PASS) that can be used to acquire a range of AT.

    AT, Work and Transition Aged Youth June 18, 2009 Powerpoint (2009) -- Available formats: ppt
    Jim Sheldon from Neighborhood Legal Services led a discussion on how students with disabilities and their families can fund a range of assistive technology (AT) needed as they finish their last years of high school, move into higher education, and plan to enter the workforce. Using a case scenario, Jim facilitated a discussion about how a young person can access several funding sources, including special education programs, Medicaid, Medicare, vocational rehabilitation programs, and SSI Plan for Achieving Self Support (PASS) that can be used to acquire a range of AT. This is the powerpoint for the presentation.

    Case Study - AT, Work and Transition Aged Youth (2009) -- Available formats: rtf
    Jim Sheldon from Neighborhood Legal Services led a discussion on how students with disabilities and their families can fund a range of assistive technology (AT) needed as they finish their last years of high school, move into higher education, and plan to enter the workforce. Using a case scenario, Jim facilitated a discussion about how a young person can access several funding sources, including special education programs, Medicaid, Medicare, vocational rehabilitation programs, and SSI Plan for Achieving Self Support (PASS) that can be used to acquire a range of AT.

    Work, Assistive Technology and Transition-Aged Youth (2009) -- Available formats: word
    This publication from Neighborhood Legal Services looks at funding sources for AT as youth transition to work and post-secondary activities.