Warwick, RI, November 29h & 30th, 2018. State-of-the-art workshops, information and exhibits on the technologies that enhance and change the lives of persons with disabilities of all ages. The conference focuses on uses of technology in education, communication, employment, recreation, home, and independent living. Plus there will be a Bringing Access to Life Expo that offers an opportunity to see products, services, opportunities and resources available to people with disabilities in RI and the northeast.
REGISTRATION FOR THE Assistive Technology Conference of New England – Fees apply – Registration and more information can be found on www.assistivetechnologyconference.com/ or contact (800) 916- 8324 firstname.lastname@example.org
Please check their website for 2018 topics
2017 Workshop Topics included:
- Building the Bridge to Learning – AT to Include Diverse Learners on All Devices Across the Curricula! Supporting UDL. Diana Petschauer, M.Ed., ATP, Founder/ CEO of AT for Education and Access4Employment
- Utilizing Quality Indicators to Insure the Provision of Quality AT Services from your School or Program. Kelly Fonner, Fonner Consulting, Kirk D. Behnke, M.Ed., ATP, Independent Consultant
- Chrome, Google and Collaborative Tools – AT & Supports Always at Hand. Dan Herlihy, AT Specialist, Connective Technology Solutions.
- The 1, 2, 3 to Training Support Staff for AAC Users. Hillary Jellison, MS.CCC-SLP, ATP, Managing Partner, Commūnicare, LLC, Nerissa Hall, PhD.CCC-SLP, ATP, Managing Partner, Commūnicare, LLC.
- Cutting to the Core with AAC. Carolann Cormier, MS, CCC-SLP, Education Specialist, CREC-TABS. Nicole Natale, MA, CCC-SLP, Education Specialist, CREC-TABS.
- Making Technology Work: A Cross-Platform Look. Joshua Dickson, Assistive Technology Specialist, Communicare, LLC.
- Mobile Devices as Tools for Independence for Individuals with Low Incidence Disabilities. Luis Perez, Eye On Access.
- Autism, Apps, and OT…oh my! Nicole Feeney, M.Ed., Director of Technology Services, NEAT.
- Technology Enhanced Inclusion: Increasing Participation for Individuals with Severe Disabilities in Education, Employment, and Leisure Activities. Mark Surabian, Pace University’s Graduate School of Education, and Founder of ATHelp.org.
- Make AT in Minutes. Therese Wilkomm, PhD, ATP, Clinical Associate Professor, University of New Hampshire.