Utah Center for Assistive Technology
The Utah Center for Assistive Technology is a statewide resource offering information and technical services to help people with disabilities acquire and use assistive technology devices.
Our services are available to people with disabilities, parents and other family caregivers, rehabilitation counselors, independent living specialists, special educators, occupational therapists, physical therapists, allied medical professionals, and others who are concerned with and advocate for people with disabilities. UCAT offers free evaluations to anyone within the state of Utah.
Established in 1987 by forward thinking educators and administrators of the Utah State Office of Education, the UAAACT project is dedicated to improving the communication skills of students with disabilities across the state of Utah.
The State of Utah is divided into 24 regional areas with one UAAACT team serving each region. In some cases the team will serve multiple school districts, and in other cases the school district may be large enough to have more then one team.
Teams consist of, but are not limited to, speech pathologists, teachers, psychologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, administrators, computer specialists, audiologists, and vision specialists.
A parent, teacher or other concerned individual may refer a student for an assistive technology evaluation. In order to refer a student to a UAAACT Team for an evaluation, simply complete a UAAACT referral form and submit it to the UAAACT team leader or the special education director in your school district.
Read reviews, get customer ratings, see screenshots, and learn more about Stories2Learn on the App Store. Download Stories2Learn and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Welcome to Stories2Learn (S2L) 3.0, an affordable and powerful way to promote social messages to individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities. Noted on multiple parent blogs as a “top 10 application for autism,” S2L provides a new optimized interface for all of Apple’s iOS devices (iPod touch, iPhone, and all iPads).
S2L offers parents and educators the ability to create personalized stories using photos, text, and audio messages. These stories can be used to promote an individual’s literacy, leisure, as well as social skills.
“Stories” comes preloaded with 12 finely crafted social narratives that can be used to teach social skills in the areas of reciprocal play, non-verbal communication, playground and school rules, turn taking, and more (please note that there are six actual stories with two different ways to view the story depending on the individuals’ developmental level).
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Read reviews, get customer ratings, see screenshots, and learn more about CareerWise Grow Up. Get a Job.™ on the App Store. Download CareerWise Grow Up. Get a Job.™ and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
1001 Job Titles, Vocabulary for the Working World, Good to Know Tips & Hints and a Journal for your favorites.
Discover careers that fit your interests, learn job hunting techniques and become savvy about employers’ expectations.
Read reviews, get customer ratings, see screenshots and learn more about Everyday Skills on the App Store. Download Everyday Skills and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Everyday Skills provides self-directed learning sessions for 40 important skills necessary for living independently and accessing the community based on proven content developed by the Attainment Company. Everyday Skills provides an accessible learning tool that is specifically designed to be used directly by individuals with autism, learning or other developmental disabilities at their own pace on the coolest technology platform there is – the iPad! Everyday Skills is powered by Visual Impact, AbleLink’s highly effective cognitively accessible learning tool.
Everyday Skills also utilizes the AbleLink Instructional Media Standard (AIMS), AbleLink’s award-winning step-by-step multimedia training system which applies universal design principles to provide multimodal instruction using visual and auditory media. Anyone who needs support learning and maintaining skills necessary for daily living, learning context appropriate social skills and skills necessary for accessing the community ca
Read reviews, get customer ratings, see screenshots, and learn more about Living Safely on the App Store. Download Living Safely and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Living Safely provides self-directed learning sessions for 27 important safety skills topics based on proven content developed by the Attainment Company. Living Safely provides an accessible learning tool that is specifically designed to be used directly by individuals with autism, learning or other developmental disabilities at their own pace on the coolest technology platform there is – the iPad! Living Safely is powered by Visual Impact, AbleLink’s highly effective cognitively accessible learning tool.
Living Safely also utilizes the AbleLink Instructional Media Standard (AIMS), AbleLink’s award-winning step-by-step multimedia training system which applies universal design principles to provide multimodal instruction using visual and auditory media. Anyone who needs support with understanding important safety skills necessary for daily living can benefit from the simplicity and self-directed nature of Living Safely.
Diigo is a powerful research tool and a knowledge-sharing community
Create an account, go to “groups” and then search for special education to find all sorts of information and tools.
Meet new people, discover new cultures and connect with classes from around the world, all without leaving the classroom.
Read reviews, get customer ratings, see screenshots, and learn more about Everyday Social Skills on the App Store. Download Everyday Social Skills and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
By The Conover Company
$1.99 to purchase the app
Covering basic social skills needed for everyday activities in your community, Everyday Social Skills includes common daily activities such as walking down the street, using a restroom, waiting in line, asking for directions, asking for information and joining in a group. The program is simple and direct, and is a must for any social skills training program.
•Contains 6 categories with a total of 75 videos
•Part of the How To Series for teaching how to do various activities
•Take classroom learning out into the community
•Make assignments for each user based on individual needs
•Lock the device to a particular user for ease of use
•Narrated with human-quality audio, NOT text-to-speech
•Great companion product to our online Functional Skills System (online.conovercompany.com)
The Everyday Social Skills application is a complement to our Functional Skills System software.
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- Tax Restructuring and Equalization Task Force (HB495), ie tax reform April 17, 2019 at 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm Utah Education Association | 875 E. Pontiac Drive (5180 S.) | Main door is south of building Agenda 1.Tax Reform 101 2.Update on task force members and timelines 3.Round Table - Issues of concern 4.Next steps 5.Next meeting nResource Materials: http://www.utahfoundation.org/reports/the-everyday-tax-sales-taxation-in-utah/ http://www.utahfoundation.org/reports/income-taxation-in-utah/