Integrating Assistive Technology and Access Points
Please join us for an exciting new professional development event!
Participants will gain knowledge and have hands-on experience with effectively utilizing assistive technology into the curriculum. Participants will also learn and apply evidence-based strategies from the provided text: The Practical and Fun Guide to Assistive Technology in Public Schools.
Strategies for overcoming obstacles and lessons on “How to make the seemingly impossible possible” will be presented. Video examples, interactive group projects, hands on use and programming of AAC/Assistive Technology will be interspersed throughout the two days and lessons will be integrated across the two day professional development event. Participants will be expected to implement information introduced in day one of the training with materials provided to them across a two week period and then share their experiences.
Creating Connections: Integrating AT and Access Points
Friday, Sep. 13th 2013 at 8:30am to Friday, Oct. 4th 2013 at 3:30pm
3130 Edgewater Dr
It is recommended, but not required that participants come as teams which may include teachers, SLP's, OT's, Behavior Specialist, paraprofessionals and others that support students with ASD/InD and other Communication Disorders.
Resource takeaway for participants!
CEU Presenter Disclosures:
Erin Brooker Lozott, MS CCC-SLP
Financial – Erin Brooker Lozott received a speaking fee for this presentation but has no other financial relationships with FDLRS or SCPS
Nonfinancial –no relevant nonfinancial relationship exists.
If for any reason program participants are not satisfied with continuing education services or programs, notification of concerns via email or US mail are required and will be addressed on an individual basis by Speech-Language Specialist, Tanya Shores. These concerns should be sent to: Tanya Shores, 450 Technology Park, Lake Mary, FL 32746, email@example.com
This course is offered for 1.3 CEUs (Intermediate Level, Professional Area)