ECHO Access for Inclusion

Where Do We Begin?


To provide equitable access to knowledge of inclusive best-practices that support access to curriculum for all Oregon learners, across multiple environments.

ECHO Access for Inclusion facilitates team solutions to common access barriers in support of educators, therapists, Instructional and Assistive Technology teams, families and administrators through Professional development, forums of collaboration and a supported learning community.

ECHO Access for Inclusion sessions will be held the first and third Wednesday of each month from PST. No registration required.

Access: Begin at the Beginning

Equitable inclusion of all learners in our MTSS, Multi-Tiered Systems of Support begins in the design stages by ensuring upfront that all learners have access to curriculum. AEM, Accessible Educational Materials, lay the foundation for all pillars of MTSS.

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Topic Specific Upcoming Webinars and Recorded Archives

Built in Accessibility: Exploring Options in Settings and Preferences for your Device

Built in-accessibility features? These supports are built into every computer and mobile device platform, yet many people don’t know what they already have!

Accessibility Features in Apple

Accessibility Features in Google

Accessibility Features in Windows

About Us

The Oregon Technology Access Program and Regional and Statewide Services for Students with Orthopedic Impairment are grants made possible by the Oregon Department of Education. These grants have been housed at the Douglas ESD in Roseburg, Oregon for more than 30 years. The focus of both grants is professional development across the state of Oregon to support therapists, Instructional and Assistive Technology teams, educators and families to determine the tools that work best for each learner. We help teams learn to use the tools and develop processes that work for individual learners in our educational systems from birth to 21.