- Assistive Technology Initiative (ATI)
The mission of the ATI is to provide individuals with disabilities access to technology, which is available to all GMU employees and students, so that they have the tools needed to be as independent and successful as possible in GMU's academic environment.
CompuWrite is a computer writing camp for students with learning disabilities in grades 3 through 6. The primary focus of the camp is to work with students having difficulty in the writing process. The teacher/student ratio is typically 1:2. Students work on the five stages of writing by combining writing strategies with technology tools.
- Mason LIFE (Learning Into Future Environments) (Mason LIFE)
The Mason LIFE (Learning Into Future Environments) Program is a post secondary program for young adults with intellectual disabilities who desire a college-like experience in a supportive environment.
- Multicultural Early Childhood Team Training (MECTT)
This is a joint project between the KIHd and the Parent Educational Advocacy Training Center (PEATC). The Multicultural Early Childhood Team Training (MECTT) is a federally funded project that prepares parent and professional teams to improve services to diverse families of young children with special needs--infusing cultural competence in early childhood programs.
See also the archive of past initiatives and projects.