FDLRS provides assistance and support in the appropriate use of a variety of technologies for students, teachers, professional staff, and parents. Support services are available in the areas of assistive technology, instructional technology, Universal Design for Learning (UDL), AIM/NIMAS Florida services, and virtual/online instruction.

The Technology Specialists at all of the 19 local FDLRS Associate Centers also collaborate with the MTSS Technology and Learning Regional Technology Specialists and district based Assistive Technology Specialists. MTSS T&L also offers a statewide assistive technology loan library (AT & UDL Loan Library).

For more information on Technology services in your area, contact your local FDLRS Associate CenterSelect your school district under the Find A Center menu on the left side of the screen or by selecting the name of your FDLRS Associate Center in the Local Service menu.


Sampling of Services offered by Technology Specialist:

  • Accessible Instructional Materials
  • Accommodations/ Modifications
  • Assistive Technology
  • Assistive Technology Competencies
  • Augmentative Communication
  • Classroom Technology Coaching
  • Computer Access & Online Testing Accommodations
  • Content Management Systems
  • Continuity of Learning
  • LATS & RLATS Support
  • NIMAS/Florida
  • Teacher Tools & Resources
  • Technical Assistance
  • Technology Tools & Strategies:
    • Creative Media
    • Mathematics
    • Reading
    • Science
    • Writing & Publishing
  • Universal Design for Learning
  • Virtual Worlds & 3D Games
  • Virtual/Online Learning & Students with Disabilities
  • Virtual/Online Meetings
  • Visual Strategies & Communication


FDLRS Administration Contact:

Susan Saunders
Virtual Learning Coordinator
FDLRS Administration Project
Phone: (386) 312-2265
E-mail: saunderss@nefec.org 
Website:  http://www.fdlrs.org
Statewide Contact:

Mary Ann Ahearn
Program Administrator
FDLRS Administration Project
Phone: (386) 312-2265
E-mail: ahearnm@nefec.org 
Website:  http://www.fdlrs.org

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