The Future Is Here: Assistive Technology for Learning Disabilities
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Equal learning and personal development opportunities help ensure everyone reaches their highest potential. However, it is important to look at comparable needs. People with learning disabilities can require individual or additional services from a school program. According to the National Center of Educational Statistics, in 2019 – 2020, 14% (7.3 million) of children from 3 to 21 received special education services in the US. One-third of them had various learning disabilities that required specific assistance and tools.
This article explores various types of learning disabilities and the importance of assistive technology in the classroom. If you or someone close to you has a learning disorder, we have included the top tools for students to help them with their education.