We are advocates for the rights of children with disabilities and the parents who care for them. We support the mission of the Guam Interagency Coordinating Council (GICC), which is a federally mandated statewide interagency group that advises and assists agencies providing early intervention services to young children birth to 5 years old, with or at risk for disabilities and their families. GICC further advises and assists the lead agency in the development and implementation of policies constituting the island-wide system of coordinated services, participating public and private agencies who are involved with early intervention services for children, birth through five years old and their families.

Guam ICC Website Updates

Guam ICC Website Updates

Friday, August 19, 2011

Breaking Through Barriers to Learning

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Breaking Through Barriers to Learning

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Find out how to be a leader in assistive technology
Learn which programs are succeeding and why
Discover five key trends in assistive technology
See how special-needs students are benefiting
from new technologies
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Technology has expanded the learning opportunities for students across the nation--and particularly for those with special needs, such as students with reading disabilities or vision impairment. Although school budgets are limited, investing in assistive technology can help schools navigate Adequate Yearly Progress and can give teachers a new way to help special-needs students improve their learning and boost achievement.

With the generous support of Care Innovations-- a combination of GE Healthcare's Home Health Division and Intel Corp.'s Digital Health Group--we've assembled this collection of eSchool Newsstories, along with other relevant content, to help you choose wisely when investing in assistive technology.

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--The Editors

This resource center is made possible with financial support from Care Innovations