Appendix C – QIAT Indicator #6: AT in Transition

Appendix C – QIAT Indicator #6: AT in Transition

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QIAT #6 - AT in Transition

QIAT INDICATOR #6

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DESCRIPTION OF RESOURCE

SUB-CATEGORY TARGETED

AT in Transition

Guide, Synopsis and FAQs

Technical Assistance Guide: AT for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities Birth to Three:
This document provides technical assistance guidelines for SoonerStart Early Intervention providers and parents of children receiving SoonerStart services.

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AT in Transition

Guide, Synopsis and FAQ

AT Technical Assistance Guide: Assists Oklahoma Local Education Agencies (LEAs) and Individ-ualized Education Program (IEP) teams in providing AT devices and services to students with disabilities as required by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

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AT in Transition

Guide

Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services Guide; Chapter 1 Assistive Technology: This guide gives collective resources and information on AT options and funding resources.

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AT in Transition

Guide

Family Information Guide to AT and Transition: This 50-page guide provides families with information about AT to effectively prepare for and participate in periods of transition in their children’s lives. The guide is available from the Family Center on Technology and Disability, and is also available in Spanish.

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AT in Transition

Guide

Oklahoma State Department of Education – Special Education Services: Secondary Transition Handbook and web resources

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AT in Transition

Guide

Education Tech Points: A Framework for Assistive Technology 3rd Edition: Created by Gayl Bowser and Penny Reed. This manual guides teams through considering, assessing, implementing, and transitioning AT for students.

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AT in Transition

Guide

Quality Indicators for AT in Transition: This is one of 8 quality indicators included in the resources available from ©The QIAT Consortium.

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AT in Transition

Module

Assistive Technology Internet Modules: This online learning module focusing on AT Transition is designed for use for professional development, higher education courses, and independent study and was developed collaboratively by Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI) and the Texas Assistive Technology Network.
Note! You’ll need to create a login to access the information but it’s FREE. AT Transition can be found embedded in the “AT Problem-Solving Across the Lifespan” section.

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AT in Transition

Web Link

Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services Office Locator: This resource will help you locate a DRS Counselor that can serve the students in your school and assist with transition planning.

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AT in Transition

Web Link

Quality Indicators in Assistive Technology in Post-Secondary Education (QIAT-PS): QIAT-PS offers tools and resources on quality implementation of assistive technology in the post-secondary educational environments. The project is sponsored by the Great Lakes ADA Center and the Southwest ADA Center, members of the ADA National Network. QIAT-PS is a collaborative effort of hundreds of professionals from a wide variety of higher education and K-12 schools and based on the successful implementations of assistive technology indicators in K-12 public schools.

AT in Transition

Webinar

AEM in Transition Planning: Including Accessible Materials and Technologies in Services for Postsecondary Goals: Successful transition processes occur when the planning team is well-informed about the student’s abilities, needs, and available services. Whether moving on to higher education or workforce training, a student may need accessible materials and accessible technologies included in a transition plan to reach postsecondary goals. Where within a transition plan should a team address this? What are the rights and responsibilities of the student? What should students expect from higher education institutions and workforce agencies? Bring your planning teams and join the discussion.

AT in Transition

Tool

Timeline of Transition Activities Provided by the Oklahoma Transition Council: This document provides a timeline of recommended programs, services, and activities that can be accessed by individuals with disabilities across the lifespan.

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