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Assistive Technology Partnership (ATP) Education Program

Customized & Tailored Professional Development

Do you need help with professional development related to Assistive Technology (AT) and the process of AT for your teams? Are you looking for targeted training around specific topics of interest like AT & Early Childhood, AT in the IFSP/IEP, or maybe Evaluation of AT Needs for the children and students you work with? If so, the ATP Education team can help! Learn more by clicking the logo or reach out to us anytime to customize training opportunities that fit your needs.



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ATIA Learning Center Professional Development

Are you interested in learning more about Assistive Technology? Do you need ASHA or IACET CEU’s? 


The ATIA Learning Center has over 120 high-quality professional development webinars and courses. These are available at no charge for Nebraska Residents. 

➡️. Click here to gain access to the ATIA Learning Center!

Just a few examples of courses and webinars available in the ATIA Learning Center related to Early Childhood

ATP Education Program Webinars

Join us in March for our upcoming live webinars around AT processes and other AT supports. 

➡️ Click here to view the webinar information and register.

Can’t join us for a live webinar? No problem! We archive them to our Youtube Channel and you can view them at your convenience. You can find video’s on a variety of AT topics related to AAC, Switch Access, Executive Functioning, Autism, AT Tips & Tools as well as a variety of other topics.

➡️ Check out our YouTube Playlists and Webinar Archives.

If you are looking for Early Childhood specific webinars, take a look at our Early Intervention/Early Childhood playlist on our Youtube Channel with our most recent additions around Early Childhood Mathematics by Beth Poss.

➡️. You can see all of Beth's Webinars by clicking here.

Upcoming Early Childhood Conferences (Local & National)

Nebraska Young Child Institute (NYCI)

International Early Childhood Inclusion Institute



UDL & Early Intervention/Early Childhood

Have you ever heard the term Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and wondered how you can incorporate UDL into Early Intervention programs? Check out these resources developed by the Let’s Participate! Project to learn more about the importance of UDL for very young children!  

Click each title below to learn more!

Assistive Technology Spotlight


Amtryke AM-10 Early Childhood Hand and Foot Tryke 

AM-10 is intended for early intervention. Its fixed drive helps children who might otherwise have problems making a full pedal rotation. Coasting is not possible with a fixed drive; when limb motion stops, the bike does as well. This hand & foot tryke is designed to stimulate reciprocal movement and increase range of motion. Since this is a hand & foot tryke, make sure both the rider’s arm and leg length fit within the range. Assembly required.

  • Leg length: 15-21 in.
  • Arm length: 13-17 in.
  • Height: 26-40 in.
  • Max weight: 55 lbs.

➡️. To try the AmTryke AM-10, click here.

GoTo Seat Size 1

GoTo Seat (size 1) 

The Vinyl GoTo Seat is a lightweight, portable, postural support seat for kids with disabilities. Promoting inclusion and participation in everyday life, GoTo’s new wipe-clean vinyl cover set make it perfect for nursery, school, therapy and busy homes. Between spillages, dropped snacks, messy play and sticky hands – we know your GoTo can get it pretty tough! GoTo Vinyl makes cleaning your GoTo Seat even easier.

Product Overview

  • Suitable for children aged 1-3 years with a max user weight of 33lbs.
  • Floorsitter has 26 recline positions, from upright (106°) to right back (140°).
  • Height adjustable headrest and laterals allow you to reposition your GoTo as your child grows.
  • Wipe clean, water resistant, hard wearing vinyl covers.

➡️ You can view a demonstration video of the GoTo Seat here  

➡️ Click here to try the GoTo Seat with a child you are working with.

The Nebraska Assistive Technology Partnership Education Program provides statewide services to IFSP and IEP team members working with children and students with disabilities birth to 21 who are receiving services within school systems. All decisions related to assistive technology services and devices are made by the IFSP/IEP team.  

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