Assistive Access is a new feature in iOS17 which allows you to choose which apps you want to appear as large icons on your home screen. This is incredibly helpful for learners who only require a limited number of apps.
Speech-to-text can be used to support learners with literacy difficulties produce more text than they may be able to write or type. In this blog, Shirley explains how it can be used in unexpected other ways to support autistic learners.
What happens when you go use a structured assessment framework to identify what assistive technology is going to meet the needs of your learners only to have the learner point blankly refuse to use it?
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