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Mobile Technology Support for Students with Special Needs

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This page is intended for use by educators and provides links to resources they can use for technology planning.


Overtime, additional resources may be added. 



Resources cited in article



Customize tablets and smartphones using Accessibility


Use Accessibility features in iOS

Android accessibility features


Identify apps that can be used to provide support


Special Education Providers

Proloquo2Go: Turn your iPad into a communication assistive device. ($249.99)

Articulation Station: Help students with articulation issues. (59.99)

Let's Learn Emotions: Help students recognize and discuss various emotions. ($9.99)


Teachers and Students 

Voice Dream Reader: Students use this app to listen to text they are unable to read. ($9.99)

Speak It!: Students may write text, then listen to what they've written for editing purposes. ($1.99)


Links to additional app resources

Learning Differences & Special Needs Guide 

Tech Finder 

Bridging Apps 

Apps as Assistive Technology


Consider peripherals that can augment mobile device use 


More Styluses for Big and Little Hands

Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard for iPad

Tablet Keyboard for Windows and Android

Beyond Adaptive Keyguards

Lasered Pics Assistive Technologies

LiveScribe 3 Smart Pen


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