How It Works

Digitability understands that


"Digitability has something for every single one of my students." -Dawn Gieger, Special Education teacher in Philadelphia, PA.

Everyone has a role to play with Differentiation.

Individuals who participate in the Digitability program run the gamut; therefore, to create an inclusive environment, all of our resources are extensively differentiated to support a very wide range of learning and behavior profiles from adolescence into adulthood.

Behavior and Cognitive Characteristics of Students Served

  • Expressive and Receptive Language Needs
  • Impairments Social Reciprocity
  • Low Self-Esteem/Confidence
  • Limited Verbal Ability • Intellectual Disability (low IQ)
  • Auditory Processing
  • Attention, memory, organization Issues
  • Sensory Processing Issues
  • Difficulty Processing Emotions
  • Anxiety and Impulsive Behavior
  • Digitability serves individuals with and without special education needs

You're busy. Let us help.

As a company founded by a teacher, Digitability understands that special educators are tasked with many responsibilities. Special education students have a wide range of cognitive and behavioral needs. Adapting instruction and creating resources that meet the needs of so many different students can be challenging. That's why our team of professionals developed all of the differentiated lesson plans, IEP goals, supplemental materials, academic resources, progress monitoring tools and more. So you don't have to!

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