ECHO Voices

Professional Development to Support Communication

Purpose:

To provide equitable access to best-practice knowledge through professional development, forums of collaboration and a supported learning community to those who support Oregon learners with complex communication needs. The sessions are designed to increase the capacity of educators, therapists and families for effective Augmentative and Alternative Communication systems selection and strategies for integration into learner goals.

ECHO Voices sessions will be held the first and third Wednesdays of each month, from 8 a.m. - 9:15 a.m. Pacific. Advance registration is not required. All sessions will be recorded and archived on this newsletter, for future viewing.


Each session begins with a 30 minute topic presentation plus Q&A time, followed by a case study/didactic of an unidentified student. Contact us if you would like to present a case.



Join URL: https://zoom.us/j/704497167

More about ECHO https://echo.unm.edu/about-echo/

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pREVIOUSLY rECORDED sESSIONS

INTRO TO ECHO VOICES & DEMYSTIFYING AAC

PrAACtical Resources for AAC Service Providers

AAC SKILLS COMPETENCIES

Kim Elliott, MS, CCC-SLP, ATP


Assistive Technology Lab Co-director

Community Vision

Adjunct Faculty - Graduate AAC Course

Portland State University


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Click to access session recorded 11/06/2019

Using the AAC Evaluation Genie App: A tool for assessment

Terri Wofford MS CCC-SLP

Assistant Lecturer

Wyoming Institute for Disabilities

University of Wyoming

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Click to access session recorded 12/4/2019

Communication Matrix

Emily Quinn Ph.D., CCC-SLP

Assistant Professor

Institute on Development and Disability

Department of Pediatrics

Oregon Health and Science University

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Click to access session recorded 12/18/19

Methods of Access

Carrie Luse, MSR, OT/L, ATP

Assistive Technology Lab Co-Director

Community Vision

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Click to access session recorded 2/5/2020

PAL Participation/Access/ Language

Carrie Luse, MSR, OT/L, ATP

Assistive Technology Lab Co-Director

Community Vision

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Click to access session recorded 2/19/2020

Report Writing: Tips & Tools for funding of the speech generating device

Terri Wofford MS CCC-SLP

Assistant Lecturer

Wyoming Institute for Disabilities

University of Wyoming

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Click to access session recorded 3/4/2020

CSI-CY using the ICF-CY Format

Emily Quinn Ph.D., CCC-SLP

Assistant Professor

Institute on Development and Disability

Department of Pediatrics

Oregon Health and Science University

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Click to access session recorded 4/1/2020

Top Strategies for Teachers to Use with AAC Users to Increase Meaningful Participation

UPCOMING SESSIONS

Look forward to 2020-2021!

Oregon Technology Access Program

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Roseburg, OR 97470

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