Susan Mistrett, a national authority on children birth to eight with disabilities, is currently a senior consultant to the federal Let’s Participate! Project, which assists young children with disabilities to engage more independently in everyday activities in order to develop and learn. Ms. Mistrett was principle investigator of the Let’s Play! Projects that assisted families and service providers in using assistive technology to promote successful play experiences and established psychometric properties of an instrument to identify universal design features of toys. She is primary author of several websites, products, comprehensive training curricula and articles that weave concepts of universal design with individual assistive technology supports for children in Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education to ensure the inclusion of all children in the daily activities of natural settings.