This second part in a two-part series on assistive technology provides guidance on how to make decisions about modified and specialized tools for children, how to use them appropriately in daily routines, and how to trial and acquire devices in Pennsylvania. Professionals and family members need a process to move beyond environmental and universal assistive tools, and PEAT’s Suite, Supporting a Child’s Physical Environment and Assistive Tool Journey, provides that framework.

Credits: 3 Infant Toddler Clock Hours

Intended Audience: Early Intervention Service Providers and staff, Early Childhood Classroom teachers and home visitors across Pennsylvania Early Childhood programs.

Registration: Select the course title above and then “Enroll me in this course.” 

This course is a self-enrollment course and is not eligible for Act 48 credit hours. If you wish to receive Act 48 for this course, you will need to register for the course through the EITA Professional Development page. Look for the title of the course that includes “(Pre-Registration Required)” and be sure you are registering on the PaTTAN online registration Training Calendar.

Gets registrations from PaTTAN SolutionWhere: No