Autism Spectrum Disorder and Assistive Technology: Supporting Literacy in Individuals with Autism through the use of Assistive Technology
This is one course in a series created by the Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence in partnership with the Texas Statewide Leadership for Autism Training and TEA.  Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Assistive Technology: Supporting Literacy in Individuals with Autism through the use of Assistive Technology focuses on understanding common literacy barriers for students with ASD, features of technology that address literacy barriers, and the process for feature matching student needs and technology features. 

Presented by Heather Bridgman and Amy Bixler-Coffin. 

Heather Bridgman has been working in the field of Assistive Technology for more than 20 years.

Amy Bixler Coffin, M.S., is Program Director of the Autism Center at OCALI.

There are three other courses in this series:

  • SU1738158 Autism Spectrum Disorder and Assistive Technology: Organization
  • SU1738160 Autism Spectrum Disorder and Assistive Technology: Social
  • SU1738165 Autism Spectrum Disorder and Assistive Technology: Writing

Occupational therapists, Assistive Technology specialists, special education teachers, paraeducators, Speech language pathologists, district support staff, behavior specialists, autism specialists, LSSP, diagnostician, PPCD teachers
ECSE, Special Education, Assessment, Speech Therapy, Autism, Related Services, LIFE skills
Online Course, Self-directed

Free
CPE Credits: 0.75  
Registration Closes: 9/1/2025
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