August 27, 2023 – August 28, 2023 all-day

Assistive Technology: Supporting Diverse Learners with Google & iOS TechnologyWarwick, RI, CANCELLED FOR 2023. Please contact TechACCESS of RI for more information. . The Assistive Technology Conference of New England is dedicated to technology, people with disabilities, families and professionals.
Keynote Speaker: Sam Farmer. Sam Farmer is a neurodiversity community self-advocate, writer/author of A Long Walk Down a Winding Road – Small Steps, Challenges, & Triumphs Through an Autistic Lens, public speaker and consultant. Diagnosed later in life as autistic, he writes blogs and articles, records coaching videos and podcasts, and presents at conferences and support groups, sharing stories and thoughts as to how one can achieve greater happiness and success in the face of challenge and adversity.
Fees apply – Registration and more information can be found below or on the Conference Registration page (scroll down to the date of event)  www.assistivetechnologyconference.com/  or contact (800) 916- 8324 techaccess@techaccess-ri.org    
Pre-Conference Sessions

  • It’s Not Cheating: The Why, What & How of Access for All Students with Accessible Materials & Technologies
  • Stop Overthinking Inclusion with AT/AAC
  • Executive Functioning Supports for Today’s Students
  • Person Driven Innovative Low & High Technology Accommodations
  • A Roadmap for the AAC Journey
  • Engaging Students with Digital Tools and Technology

Conference Sessions

  • Supporting Students with Disabilities in Writing and STEM Instruction: Integrating Both Realms
  • Free & Low Cost Digital Tools and Technology
  • When It’s Time to Spread your Wings…..How to Support our Young Adults as They “Transition Out” at 22
  • Assistive Technology & Engagement for All Learners
  • Smart Technology in Schools
  • From “We’re Not Ready” to Total Communication: Developing a Family-Centered, Community-Based, Interdisciplinary Approach for Accessing and Implementing AAC Supports with Medically Complex Children
  • Making the Abstract Concrete in Low Tech AAC
  • Implementing Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) with Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students
  • Finding His Own Path – Connor’s Communication Journey
  • Connecting to My World from My Power Wheelchair
  • I Didn’t Know My Smartphone Could Do That! – Smart Phone Accessibility Features for People with Cognitive and Physical Disabilities
  • Assistive Technology for Independent Living: Remote Supports, Smart Home & Assistive Technologies in Action
  • MAKING Assistive Technology
  • R3: A New App to Empower Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Against Abuse
  • Inclusive Technology Smackdown
  • Assistive Technology Providers: The Next Generation
  • Incorporating Access and Sensory Strategies Transparently into Multiple Environments
  • Universal Design for Learning: The Path to Student Success
  • Removing Vertical Accessibility Barriers



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