This session explores access progression for young people with additional needs who are learning to use a pointing device such as a mouse, rollerball, joystick or head tracking system. We we’ll begin with ‘magic button’ at the cause and effect level and move toward making independent choices sharing examples at every stage of skills development.
We will share examples at each of the eight stages of touch skills progression as described in the level descriptors of the touch skills development model available in our PD Centre. Ian will also demonstrate the free ‘Camera Mouse’ head tracking software which can be used by students who may have difficulties using their hands.
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