What services does CSIU provide?
Assistive Technology Training and Consultation (TAC) services are federally funded through IDEA Part B and are available to all public schools for the purpose of building school capacity. TaC services function as a specialized resource for school districts by providing technical assistance, on-site consultation, guided practice, professional development, and professional learning communities for assistive technology.
AT TaC Trainings: AT TaC services are IDEA funded for public school employees for the purpose of building capacity. Non-Public schools are welcome to complete the request form, however a fee will be charged for this service. District and IU teams and staff may request AT trainings related to the needs of trialing AT or a general (not student-specific) AT training.
AT TaC Consultation: Not sure where to begin the AT journey with a student? Fill out the request form to begin the process or contact Kaitlyn Hock to schedule a formal student observation.
CSIU AT Lending Library: We offer a wide range of equipment to trial in order to support your AT journey. If we do not have what you are looking for, we have other pathways such as Pattan Short Term Loan to get you what you need. Please check out the AT inventory list and contact Kaitlyn Hock for availability. Items are available on a first come first serve basis and can be borrowed for a maximum of 6 weeks.
AT Program Resources
- SETT meeting steps
- SETT meeting request form
- pre-SETT questionnaire
- SETT parent input form
- Google drive SETT folder
- Learn more about Assistive Technology, upcoming AT trainings, participate in AT meetings 6x/year, and have access to the AT Shared Google Drive