November is Assistive Technology Awareness Month

Assistive Technology Services offers AT Evaluations for individual students as well as classrooms to determine how to improve the functional capabilities of children with disabilities. Consultations and Continuation of Services provide ongoing training and updating of the student’s AT supports in order to increase effective utilization of Assistive Technology. In-person Professional Development services are available and customized to meet district’s needs in areas such as AAC Devices and Implementation, AT Tools for Reading, Writing and Math as well as AT Considerations/AT Law.


Laura Silva

ACES Assistive Technology Program Coordinator
Office: 203-498-6806
Fax: 203-498-6891

Carol DaVia

Secretary, Pupil Services & Collaborative Programs
Office:  203-498-6863
Fax: 203-498-6891

Vanessa Taragowski

Director, Pupil Services & Collaborative Programs
Office: 203-498-6849