Assistive Technology

Circle-for-OFScc1atWe use multi-sensory assistive technology every day to help our students use all of their sense to increase comprehension and retention. While “low tech” things like ball chairs and T-stools help students adjust their energy level and enhance focus, the latest technology can open even more doors to learning. That’s why we equip our classrooms with the following tools:

  • Chromebooks
  • Smartboard technology
  • iPads
  • FM systems