Webinar as Part of a Virtual Conference, March 29th, 2021, 2 p.m., with the The Assistive Technology Conference of New England. For 2020 and 2021, the Conference will feature different AT/AAC-Focused sessions from November 2020 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.
* March 29th – The Coaching Model: Not Bill’s Playbook. How to do Distance with learners Who Won’t Watch Your Screen.
In the new “virtual” world, there are clients/students who are unable to participate by attending to a clinician/educator who is virtual. However, using a coaching model, these clients/students can be provided with supports and services with success.
* Attendees will learn the basic research design behind successful coaching models, the preparation and planning to have a successful coaching session, and be given the tools to plan a coaching session.
* In addition, they will practice coaching others during the session to fine tune skills.
* Presented by: Meghan Broz, MS, CCC-SLP, ATP
- Objective 1: Attendees will be able to identify which clients would benefit from a coaching model.
- Objective 2: Attendees will be able to identify what is required for a successful session through a coaching model.
- Objective 3: Attendees will be able to successfully coach someone through a task virtually.
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