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.
Fees apply – Registration and more information can be found on www.assistivetechnologyconference.com/ or contact (800) 916- 8324 firstname.lastname@example.org
Just a FEW of the 2018 topics include:
- Using Technology as Evidence-based Practice! Meeting the Learning and Behavioral Needs of Students with ASD, Susan K. Lewis Stokes, MA, CCC-SLP
- How to Think AT: Finding Solutions and Repurposing Everyday Technologies
- Helping Kids ParticipATe!
- Finding Hope When Counseling and/or Psychiatric Medications Aren’t Enough: Assistive Technology for Psychiatric Disabilities
- Access to Education through Switches: Covering All your Bases
- ABA as a Framework for Effective AAC Assessments and Intervention
- Assistive Technology Integration into a Systemic Reading Intervention for Individuals with Specific Learning Disabilities Dyslexia
- Do You Know a Chaos Muppet? Technology to Support All Types of Learners
- Creating A Bridge to Learning For ALL: How to Engage and Include Diverse Learners on All Devices Across Curricula
- Reading and Writing for Individuals with Complex Communication Needs
- Banishing Barriers: An Exploration of AAC Access Methods