PEAT’s Suite: Children with and without special needs, often engage with or use assistive tools. Professionals and family members use many different types of assistive tools daily but may not realize it. The purpose of this resource is to provide guidance on what assistive tools are, how to make decisions on when to use them, and how to use them appropriately within a child’s daily routine.
Tots ‘n Tech Research Institute’s Pinterest Board: Looking for simple ways to enhance the participation of young children within everyday routines and activities? Check out the DIY adaptations and assistive technology to support young children.
Check out AT for Early Childhood: A Family-Centered Approach to Assistive Technology in Early Childhood for strategies for EI and Preschool teams can use to promote family participation and engagement in AT selection and implementation. Assistive Technology Internet Modules (ATIM) is designed to provide free, professional development on assistive technology for families and professionals.
Tech for Tykes: AT Tips & Tricks page includes infant and toddler scenarios, presented as a caregiver challenge and followed with simple AT solutions to support the young child’s participation in a variety of daily routines.