Monday, May 23, 2016

Chart for Remote Switch Access

There are many ways you can achieve remote switch access when using the Animated Step-by-Steps™.  As you will recall, remote switch access is great for sharing the task of triggering animations within a group setting. It also provides a much simpler motor response for many students. So rather than having to approach the interactive whiteboard to tap, use a mouse to click or swipe to the left to trigger an animation, the child can press a switch to trigger the animations. So I've compiled a chart outlining the various options for a variety of formats used to display ASbySs: interactive whiteboard/computer, iPad, and large screen TV. What do you have 'on hand' in your AT/AAC closet that might provide the perfect fit for the needs of your students?

So check out that AT closet ... remote switch access might be closer than you think.

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Augmentative Communication Consultant
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