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Not everyone is a whiz with computers especially when we may be supporting young people who are using assistive technology devices such as switches, touch-screens, alternative pointing devices and eye gaze systems. In this section we've put together a series of short articles explaining how we use these devices to enable access to the computer then, drawing on our twenty years of experience in teaching children with special needs, we've also extended these useful guides to cover access skills progression assessment and recording, which will be useful irrespective of the software you are using. Start by choosing one of these assistive technologies.

Mouse Keyboards switches Touch Screens
Trackball & Joysticks iPads & Tablets Eye Gaze Gesture