Online, May 3rd, 2022. Part of the 2021-2022 workshop series with the Assistive Technology Conference of New England. Youth with disabilities experience poor employment outcomes upon graduation that impact mental health, physical health, and quality of life.
* Engaging children in opportunities to develop transition readiness skills can begin in elementary school in relevant, purposeful ways.
*Discuss how to develop these predictors to transition success in children beginning in elementary school using Community Based Instruction interventions.
* CBI provides a foundation for students that can be built upon for later success.
* A multitude of programming examples and low-tech AT strategies will be provided that can easily be implemented upon your return to the classroom.
- Identify the barriers and predictors of post-secondary success
- Identify 3 or more low tech strategies that can be incorporated in CBI in elementary school
- Discuss 3 activities that can be initiated in the school environment to impact work opportunities post high school
Fees apply, registration is required to www.assistivetechnologyconference.com/2020-presentations/ or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Voice/TTY: (401) 463-0202