Magazine article The Exceptional Parent

Assistive Technology Consortium

Magazine article The Exceptional Parent

Assistive Technology Consortium

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The NJ Consortium to Access-Abilities provides a non-competitive network of communication and support for:

* teachers,

* students, and

* families.

The Consortium also serves as a resource which provides services in

* assistive computer technology and

* augmentative communication.

The following list contains the names, areas of expertise, and e-mail addresses of consortium members. E-mails are indicated by the symbol, ??. Parents can contact any of these individuals for more information on services in assistive computer technology and augmentative communication.

The NJ Consortium to Access-Abilities is hosting a conference in March, 2001. This conference is for teachers, parents, therapists, administrators, and friends who are in learning more about assistive technology and augmentative communication. For more details go to their Web site at http://www.accessabilities-2001.com or see Exceptional Parent February 2001. These national organizations are information and advocacy resources for families and professionals. Many of these organizations provide a variety of services, others focus on more specific areas of concern. Numbers following each listing correspond to items listed in the Key to Services, which describes services provided by individual organizations. …

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