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1. STEP TWO: Conducting an Assistive Technology Assessment

2. STEP ONE: Referral for Assistive Technology Assessment

3. A: A referral is made.

4. C: Prior and current data is used for consideration

4.1. Student or personal data

4.2. Medical data for vital concerns

4.3. Vision and hearinng reports

4.4. Information about any technology or devices currently being used

4.5. Background Information regarding any related services provided previously for the student

5. B: Team meets to consider referral

6. STEP THREE: The Individualized Education Program Team

7. STEP FOUR: Implementation of the Assistive Technology Device

8. A: Direct Observation

8.1. Cognitive Skills

8.2. Current use of any AT devices

8.3. Sensory Skills

8.4. Motor Skills

8.5. Vocational and Independent Living Skills ( Older students only)

8.6. Communication Skills

8.7. Social Skills

9. B: Interviews

9.1. Family Concerns and Expectations

9.2. Perceived Needs and Abilited of the Student

9.3. Academic Expectations

9.4. Diagnostic Information

9.5. Medical Information

10. C: Formal Assessments

10.1. Selected Activities

10.2. Predetermined Environment

11. D: Formal Report

12. A: Selection of the AT Device

12.1. Device Trials

12.2. Device Training

13. A:Purchase of AT Device

13.1. Brief Training of AT Device

13.2. Additional monitoring of AT device

13.3. IEP support for family and teacher

14. B: Special Education Teacher

14.1. Ensures support for the student

14.2. AT device is assess while the student is assessed to test effectiveness of the device