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Assistive Technology for Students with Disabilities

 
The Oregon Department of Education provides a grant to Douglas ESD to support the Oregon Technology Access Program (OTAP). Services are available to assist local school districts in meeting the assistive technology needs of students with disabilities, who are eligible under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA 2004) IDEA. The Oregon Technology Access Program (OTAP) provides consultation and technical assistance to teachers, therapists, administrators and parents to support implementation of federal and state mandates for assistive technology services and devices to school-aged children and youth eligible under IDEA 2004.
 
For further information about Oregon Technology Access Program (OTAP), including contact information and resources, please visit Oregon Technology Access Program.
 
Oregon Department of Education Disclaimer: This project has been developed in whole or in part with contract funds from the Oregon Department of Education, Office of Learning/Student Services. This funding does not necessarily constitute or imply endorsement by the Oregon Department of Education.

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