Erika J. Kluge is an Assistive Technology (AT) Specialist & Educator with a background in Child Development, Communication Disorders, and Special Education. Her experience emphasizes the use of AT to enhance reading, writing, note taking, test study prep, and executive function (time management, thought processing, and organization) skills. Her passions are educating professionals, parents, and students of all ages about the use of AT, technology, and learning strategies for academic success; and educating everyone about how the use of AT can enhance academics and life. Erika is also committed to helping schools learn how to use tools they already have, along with recommendations for new tools, to better meet the needs of all of their students in a Universal Design of Learning (UDL) approach. Additional areas of interest include: ADD/ HD, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Mild Brain Injury, Processing Disorders, Sensory Disorder, Spectrum Disorder, and Talented & Gifted Twice Exceptional.