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Mission Statement

Serve as a statewide network for school districts to support universal design for learning, assistive technology, and access to instructional materials for improving student achievement.

  • Maintain and improve statewide consistency of assistive technology policy and procedures

  • Increase resources and disseminate information through collaborative team work

  • Build capacity for knowledgeable leadership in assistive technology relative to:

    • Federal and state mandates

    • Effective best practices in consideration, assessment, plan development, implementation, follow-up, and training

Mark your calendars for this year's consortium meetings:

November 18, 2022
Carson City, NV

SETT, student AT needs assessment,
   tools/resources for specific subjects

February 10, 2023
Las Vegas, NV

   AAC comparisons, modeling and                   engagement activities

May 5, 2023
Carson City, NV
AT and resources for Blind/Vision     
    Impaired and Deaf/HH students


Consortium Members

Other Nevada Agencies

University of Nevada, Reno
Dr. MaryAnn Demchak

Phone: 775-682-7852

Dr. Chevonne Sutter

Phone: 775-784-6471

NV Dual Sensory Impairment Project 

Nevada PEP
Kate McLeod
Phone: 775.448.995

Nevada Department of Education

Office of Inclusive Education

Julie Bowers. Director

Phone: 775.687.9146

Nevada Assistive Technology Consortium

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