This exploratory study used an online survey in one British Columbia school district to determine (a) whether supports were needed to include Kurzweil assistive software when teaching students with learning disabilities, and (b) which specific supports were required. Kurzweil 3000 assistive software (Kurzweil) is aimed at individuals from Grade 3 to adulthood who experience planning, reading and/or writing challenges. Past research has found assistive software, like Kurzweil, to be a cost-effective way to increase independent learning opportunities (Chiang & Liu, 2011), engagement, and improve academic achievement for students with learning disabilities (Epps, 2007). Analysis of the 50 survey responses indicated supports were needed as part of four broad themes: Time, Supports for Teachers, Supports for Learners and Families, and Kurzweil Program Suggestions. Findings from this exploratory study could be used in the future to better support students with learning disabilities who use Kurzweil, and the BC teachers who educate them.