Recorded: June 10, 2014 – This was a special evening session for parents and families regard Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM).
If your child has trouble reading because of learning, physical, or visual disability, AIM may help.
AIM – Accessible Instructional Materials – are books and other learning materials provided in different formats, such as digital text, audio, braille and large print.
The following questions are addressed:
- What do I need to know about AIM?
- How do I know if my child needs AIM?
- Where does the school get AIM for my child?
- Who do I talk to at my child’s school about AIM?
This program was offered in cooperation with the Maine Parent Federation (MFP), Southern Maine Parent Awareness (SoMPA) and the Learning Disabilities Association of Maine (LDA of Maine).
- Speaker’s Notes – PDF
- Transcript of the YouTube Video “Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM): Simply Said” [Text file]
- Link to the YouTube Video “Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM): Simply Said”
- Link to the archived recording of this webinar – Flash plugin required