The Kenton City Schools Assistive Technology team was created to provide services related to AT devices, problem solve and consider the needs of students, and make appropriate recommendations based on individual needs. Our team is trained to conduct and lead decisions using a problem solving tool called, the SETT process. This consideration framework is designed to assist in the development of student based needs and provide specific tools necessary for students to succeed in academic environments. Currently, the team consists of a school psychologist, administrators, general education teachers, intervention specialists, speech language pathologists, and occupational therapists at all levels of education.
What Is Assistive Technology?
Assistive technology are tools that enable an individual to perform tasks and gain more independence. They can range from activities of daily living tools, communication, computer access, reading, math, mobility, organization, seating, etc.
If you know of a child who may need additional supports, or if you would simply like additional information about our assistive technology team, please contact the Special Education Office at 419-673-0775.