Virginia Regions 6 & 7

AT network

AT Network Meeting Participating Teachers

The Assistive Technology Network in Virginia Superintendents Regions 6 and 7 is an opportunity for leaders in assistive technology to come together to share their experience and knowledge of AT to support students with disabilities. School divisions are encouraged to designate teams who will consistently attend meetings twice a year, once in the fall and once in the spring, and have the ability to take information back to their divisions to provide professional development. The goal of the AT Network is to build capacity within divisions in the area of assistive technology in order to support the learning of students with disabilities.

We are part of the virginia department of Education's statewide assistive technology network.

Virginia State  Assistive Technology Network
iPad with Hook+ Interface

April's A.T. Spotlight:

Ablenet's Hook+ Switch Interface

Hook+ is an Apple approved switch interface that provides a reliable wired connection to the iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch using the lightning connector. It is compatible with switch control in iOS7 and later.

Find it in our library!

Featured aRticle:

Making toys accessible for all!

Each month we will be highlighting an article meant to inform and/or inspire here.

For more information regarding the AT Network, please contact Matt Newton at or Holly Nester at You may also call the T/TAC at Virginia Tech toll free at 800-848-2714.

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