Discover the simplicity of integrating assistive technology!

Join Julia Clouter and Myles Pilling for practical principles and strategies to confidently identify and introduce assistive technology, enhancing learning outcomes for neurodiverse students, including those with dyslexia. Gain access to the co-authored Nasen miniguide and the British Assistive Technology Association’s (BATA) ‘The Power of AT’ video series. There will also be a Q&A session, so please bring your questions and join in the discussion.

The talk is downloaded as a recording and is available to view for 14 days.

About Julia and Myles

Julia is the Head of Education and Training for Scanning Pens and is an Ambassador for Succeed with Dyslexia. She is an International Speaker and works alongside schools, colleges, universities, workplaces, correctional facilities and policy groups to help implement strategies that promote independent literacy skills.

Myles has been a special schools teacher for 28 years, then an ICT SEN Adviser for a local education authority for 10 years running a loan bank service for schools and individual pupils of ICT equipment. In 2013 Myles set up is own assistive technology consultancy,  AccessAbility Solutions, which provides assessment, training and consultancy to the education and workplace sector. He is a ICT SEN Consultant for Tablet Academy and a freelance AT trainer for Neurobox. He speaks at national conferences such as The Dyslexia Show as well as internationally at the American University of Beirut and North Idaho College in the USA. He is also a council member of the British Assistive Technology Association as well as the producer of ‘The Power of Assistive Technology’ film series.

Julia and Myles present a follow-up Spotlight: Assistive Technology: Practical Demonstrations also available as a recording.