Assistive Technology

  • The role of the district's Assistive Technology service is to provide support to IEP teams by evaluating, acquiring, training, and implementing technology strategies for students with disabilities. IEP team members will contact the Assistive Technologist when consultation is needed to explore technology options that will promote student progress towards IEP goals and objectives. 

    Examples of support include:

    • Overview of information related to Assistive technology
    • Assistive technology consideration for students (informal or formal)
    • Support in acquiring Assistive technology and devices
    • Support with Assistive technology trials (devices or equipment)
    • Support student training of  use and care of the device Staff development training (both individual and small group)
    • Suggestions for technology integration
  • What is Assistive Technology?

  • What are Assistive Technology services?

Assistive Technology Consultant

  • As the Assistive Technologist (AT) for Shakopee Public School District, Julie Phillips supports and serves as a resource for ISFP (Individual Family Service Plans) and IEP (Individual Education Plan) teams as they provide assistive technology products and services to students ranging birth to 21 years old. 


    Julie Phillips
    Fax: 952.496.5093