Community Keynotes: Assistive Technology was recorded at the Real Assistive Technology for Everyone (RATE) Conference at Carson Middle School in Herndon, Virginia. The keynote speakers are FCPS student ambassadors from the Assistive Technology program and their parents. The role of the student ambassadors is to help promote an understanding of how technologies can help students overcome disabilities and improve their learning experience. The students and their parents discuss their disabilities and the process of identifying assistive technologies to help them. They talk about the challenges involved in adopting the technologies, and share their observations about the various support systems in place in FCPS. They also provide tips on how the technologies work for parents and teachers in the audience.
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