The South Carolina Assistive Technology Program is offering a number of free webinars in the coming weeks.
“AAC Basics at Home” will be presented April 21st from 1PM – 2PM.
With families and their non-verbal children staying at home, it’s time to review the basics of promoting communication device use. Join the webinar to learn how to promote your child’s communication skills using a communication device. You will be able to ask questions and get feedback.
Presenter: Carol Page
Carol Page, PhD, CCC-SLP, is a certified Assistive Technology Professional and a certified Brain Injury Specialist. She has been working with people who are non-verbal, their families and the professionals who serve them for over 25 years.
“Assistive Technology for Families: How SCATP Can Help” will be presented April 23rd from 1PM – 2PM.
Learn about the assistive technology activities, services and resources the staff of the SC Assistive Technology Program have to offer. Meet three team members and hear about how they provide access to and acquisition of assistive technology devices and equipment. Participants will be able to ask questions.
Intended Audience: Parents and agency staff who serve people with disabilities, such as DSS, Family Connections, Guardian Ad Litem, and more.
Presenters: Carol Page, Tammy Wallace, and Alexandra Upchurch
“Helping Students Struggling with Executive Function Build Organization Skills for Transition” will be presented May 12th from 9AM – 10AM.
Discover tools and resources to help parents, teachers and other support staff who work with students with executive function deficits.
• Participants will be able to identify students struggling with executive functioning
• Participants will be able to name 3 specific technology tools that may support students with their executive function skills
• Participants will be able to name 2 strategies to help students struggling with executive functioning
Presenter: Tammy Wallace
Tammy is a Program Coordinator at the SC Assistive Technology Program. She has worked with people with disabilities for 14 years. She currently does AT demonstrations and trainings primarily for students with learning disabilities.
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