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    I am a teacher at a special education center for students with significant impairments due to a wide variety of disabilities. Thank you for being willing to help us!
    -Amanda Morgan


    Hi Amanda!

    I also work in Roseville and may be able to help. Could you please clarify what you mean by Assistive Switches Kit? Are you wanting to make switches? Do you want an assessment kit to determine what switch to use with a student? Do you want to know what switches are available?



    Hi there!

    Wow! I would think the assessment kit would be a great place to start. The school I work at is actually in Carmichael and our switches are older, broken, falling apart etc but the budget for replacements is very small and they are commercially very expensive. Specifically in my classroom I would love a variety of switches to see what works best for each student in my room. Right now I only have a jelly bean and a Big Mac that works when it wants to



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