Learning Effectively with Assistive Technology

Asian boy ware headphone and playing the cell phone on gray backgroundComputer Assistive Technology programs support students with or without learning differences by fostering independence in learning. By accommodating individual learning needs, assistive technologies can help students attain academic success, despite challenges in reading, writing, spelling, math, organization, or memory.

Learning specialists at RRLS have extensive knowledge about the best assistive technology products on the market. We know how to implement the tools they provide, allowing students to reach their full potential, giving them greater freedom, efficiency and confidence.

 

Please refer to the 1-to-1 Programming page for in-depth information about our 1-to-1 personalized teaching.


Assistive Technology Training Details

Which Students Benefit Most?

Assistive technologies are designed to support cognitive processing and are particularly beneficial for students who have difficulties receiving, storing and retrieving information. By accommodating individual learning needs, assistive technologies can help students attain academic success, despite learning challenges involving language and communication, and learning differences or disabilities.

 

What Programs are Used?

While there are many current software technologies available to accommodate different learning needs, particularly in the areas of language and organization, RRLS offers students unique training programs using three leading technologies:

  • Read and Write Gold™
  • Kurzweil 3000™
  • Dragon NaturallySpeaking™

 


Get Started Today!

Contact us for more information about assistive technology training at RRLS, or to book a first assessment to determine if your child can benefit from assistive technology training.


Assistive Technology Introductory Videos

Google Apps for Education

Read&Write for Google Chrome

Read&Write Gold

Mac Read-Back

Dragon NaturallySpeaking

Google Voice Typing

Mac Dictation

Windows Speech Recognition