Resources for Maine Educators Teaching Online: Providing Equal Access to Distance Curriculum
As schools in Maine close in response to concerns about the spread of COVID-19 and begin to educate their students “from a distance,” we have quickly pulled to together some resources to assist in the process. Use this link to access Resources for Maine Educators Teaching Online: Providing Equal Access to Distance Curriculum
The following links are to various services and resources that may be of help and assistance to Maine citizens regarding Assistive Technology (AT):
- AT Equipment.
- AT Resources.
- Autism Resources
- Family Resources.
- General Information (this is a good place to start).
- Legal Information.
- Legally Qualified Sign Language Interpreters.
- Technical Assistance.
- Teaching and Learning.
- Training and Development.
- Universal and Accessible Web Design.
Make sure you also take a look at our Paying for Assistive Technology resource page that provides lots of information about programs, organizations and resources related to finances, loans and grants.
Links to these sites are provided as a courtesy to individuals with disabilities, their families and other interested people. Maine CITE does not endorse any products or services and does not receive any compensation for posting this information. We do not guarantee or certify any of these programs, services or products.