AT for Infants/Toddlers
AT for Preschool
The SWEET AT Toolkit was developed to meet the need for access to low-tech, inexpensive tools designed to assist young children with disabilities to learn, play, grow and participate with peers and family members.
As a special initiative of the SEEDS Project, the SEEDS Workgroup on Early Education Technology (SWEET) formed to develop training and resources for providers and families in early childhood programs to increase awareness and use of AT for young children.
The AT Toolkit is based on the need to have AT tools readily available for children, families, and providers to apply in daily routines and activities. The SWEET AT Toolkit is actually a guide for the development and use of AT Toolkits in early intervention and early childhood settings. The toolkit consists of nineteen activity-based ideas for creating low-technology ideas for assessment and intervention purposes.