PACER STC Services For This Age Group
- Free informal consultations for young children
- SimonTechCenter on Pinterest – Nearly 2,000 assistive technology related pins
- EZ AT 2 iBook – A guide for parents and professionals who want to help infants and toddlers with disabilities participate more fully in daily activities with the use of assistive technology.
Operated and maintained by the Minnesota Department of Education, this website provides parenting information, resources, and activities to help your children grow, develop and learn from birth through high school.
A System of Technology to Achieve Results (STAR) informs Minnesotans about issues of assistive technology, opens the door to assistive technology for the citizens of Minnesota through state and federal legislation, works with state agencies and builds/maintains community collaborative and communication efforts.
The Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center provides information to ensure that children (ages birth through five) with disabilities and their families receive and benefit from high quality, culturally appropriate, and family centered supports and services.
ConnectABILITY is built for people with a developmental disability and their support networks. The site is organized by age group to help you find the right information for you.
Assistive Technology for Young Children On-Line Discussion and Resources
Accessible materials and supports for young children with disabilities
Information about selecting toys for play, toys for children with disabilities, adapting toys to make them easier to use, locating specially designed toys as well as other resources to promote play.
Created in collaboration with the Center for Children and Technology, Bank Street College of Education and United Way, the site is in nine languages and includes a guide for parents to encourage early learning at home and a section for preschool teachers that details how they can best use technology to support learning in their classrooms.
Get Ready to Read! (GRTR!) is an early literacy program designed to help parents and early child care providers ensure that young children are equipped with the fundamental skills necessary for learning to read.