Welcome to the Assistive Technology (AT) Forward website!
The AT Forward Project supports educators, practitioners, caregivers and families to increase student autonomy in utilizing Assistive Technology tools to support access, engagement, and progress in learning. It provides a statewide, virtual Community of Practice (CoP) to support AT, and by joining this Community of Practice (CoP), members will have the opportunity to learn from experts in the field and network with colleagues through statewide meetings, participate in free AT micro-credentialing opportunities, and receive monthly AT email updates. From AT beginner to experienced implementers, the AT Forward CoP welcomes all knowledge background levels to join!
To become a member of the AT Forward CoP, click on the “Become a Member” button and complete the online form.
To view and register for the upcoming 2022-23 CoP meetings, click on the “2022-23 AT Forward CoP Meeting Schedule” button.
To search recordings from past AT Forward CoP Meetings by topic, click on the “2020-22 AT Forward Video Resource Library” button.
To view the entire AT Forward CoP playlist, visit the AT Forward CoP Meeting Playlist.
The Wisconsin Assistive Technology Resource Map was created by CESA 2 to connect students with IEPs to assistive technology resources available in Wisconsin. The map displays resources by county, provides guiding questions, and serves as a valuable resource to students, families/guardians, caregivers, case managers/special education teachers, and IEP teams. Resources are available through lending libraries across the state where individuals can select AT resources for trials with students at no cost.