Webinar as Part of a Virtual Conference, February 2, 2021 – 2:00 pm. with the The Assistive Technology Conference of New England. This Conference will feature different AT/AAC-Focused sessions through May 2021.
* They have designed a program that covers a range of AT/AAC topic areas in a half day format to allow for a deep dive without a full day commitment.
* February 2nd: Creating An Accessible Workspace: AT Solutions for Higher Education & Workplace for Individuals with Learning Challenges:
* This session will explore case studies of individuals with learning challenges who successfully transitioned to Higher Education and into the workplace with the use of assistive technologies.
* Their stories will serve as the backdrop to demonstrations of the real AT tools that they benefited from and which enabled them to participate in the independent and intensive arenas of college and the working world.
* Presented by: Mark Surabian.
- Objective 1: Participants will be able to identify Mobile apps and built-in operating systems accessibility features of portable devices that can empower individuals with learning disabilities in their daily lives at school, work, and in the community.
- Objective 2: Participants will learn how free and affordable cloud-based apps can follow the user from home to school or work and empower them across environments to complete literacy, organization, correspondence, and math-based tasks.
- Objective 3: Participants will learn through case study examples about the challenges that individuals face transitioning into higher education and the workplace and the technological solutions that these individuals explored and adopted.
Fees apply – Registration and more information can be found on the Conference Registration page (scroll down to the date of event) www.assistivetechnologyconference.com/ or contact (800) 916- 8324 firstname.lastname@example.org