This module will assist teams in using the WATI assessment process to assess a student's need for assistive technology (AT) to participate in recreation and leisure activities. The WATI assessment process systematically progresses through information gathering, decision-making, and implementation planning. The WATI Assistive Technology Decision-Making Guide supports the team with guiding questions designed to yield information about the student, environment(s) and tasks. This module is Part I of two parts. Part II, Recreation & Leisure - WATI - Part II, further explores a range of low- to high-tech solutions for students participating in recreation and leisure activities.
- What's Included
- 30 pages
- Optional $15 certficate
- Define the terms "leisure" and "recreation."
- Explain why participation in leisure and recreation is important for students with disabilities.
- Describe how physical, sensory, cognitive and environmental barriers can affect a student's ability to access leisure and recreation activities.
- Describe the multiple variables that affect identification of appropriate leisure and recreation activities.
- Apply the Student, Environment and Tasks components of the WATI AT Decision-Making Guide to address a student's need for assistive technology to participate in recreation and leisure activities.
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