ATIA Webinar Series

first_imgShare this…TwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedInEmailPrint RelatedATU149 – Indoor Navigation for the Blind with Dr Aura Ganz, ATIA webinars, Microsoft Office for the iPad, Wheelchair for going down stairs, Endless Alphabet app, Bridging AppsApril 4, 2014In “Assistive Technology Update”Helpful apps for iPhoneJanuary 26, 2012In “Easter Seals Crossroads”ATU033: Assistive Technology Act/Rehab Services Administration (Rob Groenendaal) GW Skype, Wheelchair users who are blind or visually impaired, SoundPod, Choosing apps, Sortable, Free ADA Webinar, CSUN & ATIAJanuary 13, 2012In “Assistive Technology Update” Don’t miss the next two webinars in the ATIA 2010 Webinar Series on:Explore over 25 iPad, iTouch, and iPhone applications that can benefit individuals with disabilitiesLearn appropriate practices and opportunities for considering and incorporating AT in the IEP  – including discussions on IDEA misconceptions, realities, mandates, and funding sourcesJoin us on Thursday, Sept. 16th for  Therese Willkommen’s discussion of applications available on the iPad, iTouch and iPhone organized by functional limitations. These will include communication apps, voice recognition apps, apps for vision and hearing impairments, organizational apps, fidget apps, creativity apps for limited fine motor, and memory aids.And later in the month, on Sept. 28th, Amy Goldman from the Institute on Disabilities at Temple University will address the IDEA stipulations for assistive technology and how to make sure students with disabilities obtain the services and supports they need.  This discussion will include how other funding sources may be used – or not used – to assure access to AT for your students.Additional details for these upcoming webinars:Abstract:  “There’s an App For That” – Apps for iPad, iTouch and iPhone for Person with Disabilities Presenter:   Therese Willkomm, PhD, ATP, Director of ATinNH – New Hampshire’s Statewide AT ProgramThursday, September 16, 2010:  3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Eastern TimeAbstract:  Including Assistive Technology in the IEPPresenter:   Amy Goldman, Associate Director, Institute on Disabilities at Temple UniversityTuesday, September 28, 2010:  3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Eastern TimeGo to www.atia.org/webinars or click here for complete session abstracts, learning outcomes, and speaker biographies for any of our webinars.  And to register for one or more of the webinars, just go to our website and click on one of the REGISTER links.  Sign up is easy whether it is for one or all!iPhone Home Screenlast_img