OTAP and RSOI Webinar Series
Changing Formats in Changing Times
Previously Recorded Sessions
Using the Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative (WATI) forms for AT Assessments
Dr. Penny Reed
This three-part series provides an overview of the features of the WATI Assessment package and how to use it to conduct a thorough, legally defensible AT assessment. The WATI forms utilize the SETT framework and provide step by step guidance. Suggestions for adapting the process for use during this time of school closure will be included. Participants will benefit most from this training if they review forms and complete a short assessment activity between each session.
The content of this series is progressive. Attendance in Part 1 is required to attend Part 2 & 3.
ECHO TIES Focus Group: Planning Ahead
Gayl Bowser and Deb Fitzgibbons
Please join us for a reflection of the topics we tackled and the successes we have had over the first two years of our ECHO TIES network. Let's look at where we are now and consider a shared vision for the future. What are the challenges? What topics should we include in next year's lineup? How may the RSOI team and the ECHO TIES network support solutions? We need your input!
AAC Success/Wrap up and Looking Forward
This was the last session of ECHO Voices for the 2019-20 school year. We look forward to next year!
AT-TIES Together Virtual Conference
School Telehealth Services/Medicaid Updates
School Medicaid Program Specialist
Oregon Department of Education
Top Strategies for Teachers to Use with AAC Users to Increase Meaningful Participation
President & CEO
Author, Keynote Speaker, & Education Specialist
Trauma and Resilience in Schools
Celeste Huffaker, Behavior Interventionist, Douglas ESD
School & Community Wellness, Oregon Department of Education
SSEM Coordinator, Oregon Department of Education
Student Safety Program Coordinator, Oregon Department of Education
1409 NE Diamond Lake Blvd, Suite 110
Roseburg, OR 97470