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References for IEP Teams

The Delaware AIM Center is here for you…

Because typical instruction is heavily dependent on textbooks and other print materials, students who cannot efficiently and effectively use such materials are at a striking disadvantage. IDEA 2004 mandates that students with print disabilities must have alternative ways to access the information contained in textbooks and other core curricular materials. In some cases this means […]

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Resources for Teachers

As more students with print disabilities become eligible for accessible instructional materials (AIM), more teachers and school personnel are looking for good resources to learn how AIM can provide for their students.  The National Center on Accessible Instructional Materials is a great resource for teachers and other personnel involved in the decision-making process and usage […]

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Student Access to AIM

Group A Access: Group A access is granted to students who meet at least one of the following criteria: Blindness, defined as visual acuity (determined by a competent authority) of 20/200 or less in the better eye with correcting lenses, or whose widest diameter of visual field subtends an angular distance no greater than 20 […]

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Guiding Questions for Provision of Accessible Instructional Materials

The questions that follow offer guidance to the IEP team regarding: 1) consideration of student needs; 2) documentation of needed services and supports on the IEP and other forms; and 3) follow-up activities to ensure that the identified services and supports are in place in a timely manner. Has the team indicated that the student […]

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