This is a very good example of how technology can enabled people with disabilities to remotely work .
For many years I have been making this database which lists useful apps according to the National Curriculum, P Levels and 7 levels of engagement. You can either view the database live or download a searchable google sheet.
This will provide you with a comprehensive list of useful apps to use with your pupils. We want you to add your own apps as well if it’s not listed. The list is continually being added to. Click on the link below or just go to the “Apps” tab
To download the latest update as an Excel file click on the link below:-
Some hints and tips on giving support to the blind on their Assistive Technology
The ability to multitask and not get phased by it all
Clicker 8 is a game changer . The well known inclusive tool .
A useful website for pupils, parents and professionals to take a look at is Achieve Now. Caroline Bateman has set this up in response to her three dyslexic children. Here she writes:-
“My website also helpful information but as a sizeable amount of people using my website are dyslexic I’ve decided to create a YouTube channel instead. Until the YouTube channel is ready check out the resources section of my website.
Text-to-speech is incredibly helpful for anybody who struggles to read. It’s free on all devices but how you access it differs.
I give you the link to my YouTube channel now. If you subscribe and hit the Bell you will be notified when I launch.
Interesting headsets for schools and rugged use
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