May 2020
Remote Learner Resources
New at Missouri Assistive Technology
The demo center at MoAT, now offers two complete adaptive gaming systems, made available through a partnership with Microsoft. We will be using these systems to help to integrate adaptive input options into already existing community gaming activities. 

This summer we will be working as part of the summer reading program offered through the Waldo branch of the Kansas City Library. Through the use of this equipment, gamers who have access challenges will be given the opportunity to compete with their peers. If you have any questions or would like to take a look give Laura Hoffman at MoAT a call at 816-655-6709 .
 Image of the video link to Zach Anner Tries the Xbox Adaptive Gaming Controller
Assistive Technology Training Videos to Check Out
DIY Assistive Tech Videos
Creative ways to make an iPad stand at home
Scout from MoAT creates iPad stands from PVC piping and both corrugated plastic and corrugated cardboard.

Therese Willkomm demonstrates how to create the “Eileen”

 Assistive Technology Webinars 
Attainment’s School to Home Solutions for Elementary, Middle School, High School, & Transition.
Helping students to read and to write better
Special Offers in AT  
Create Resources

FREE 30 Days Access to Families and Educator

Stop struggling with complicated resource creation programs and outdated images.
New Note Taking Web App

FREE Unlimited Access

Until August 31, 2020
Improve Reading Fluency
FREE Access 

Helping time-stretched teachers and bringing struggling readers and ELL students up to speed during remote learning. Limited time offer.
What’s “App-ening”at MoAT?  
Check out these Speech Therapy smart device apps.

Articulation Station   was created by a certified Speech-Language Pathologist for parents, SLPs and other educators to help work with children and adults with speech sound delays. It is a comprehensive articulation program offering practice at the word, sentence and story levels in 22 sounds in the English language.

Speech Sounds Visualized
Speech Sounds Visualized is an interactive teaching tool for practicing Speech Language Pathologists that merges studio videos with video fluoroscopy in order to make sessions with adolescent children and adult clients more dynamic and engaging. Speech Sounds Visualized is also widely used as an educational tool for speech language pathology students.

ArtikPix is an engaging articulation app with flashcard and matching activities for children with speech sound delays. Among the many features in ArtikPix - Full, group scoring is available with an unlimited number of students per group in the flashcard and matching activities.