PRE-05TW
Assistive Technology Essentials for OccupATional Therapists: Picking pAThways to ParticipATion

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Room: Caribbean VI
Room: Caribbean VI
*Experience Level
Intermediate
*Learning Objectives
1. First Key Learning Objective  Participants will name three or more environmental modifications that can be made with readily available resources to improve access and achievement.
2. Second Key Learning Objective  Participants will identify at least five tools or resources which accommodate for challenges and promote independence and participation.
3. Third Key Learning Objective  Participants will evaluate the factors which facilitate the AT implementation process, identify which factors inhibit effective implementation and develop a plan to overcome obstacles to effective implementation.
*Select the Strand
Education/Learning
*Is this session being presented by an ATIA Exhibitor or an ATIA Member?
No, Neither an Exhibitor or Member
*Keywords
Accessible Instructional Materials/NIMAS
Autism
High Incidence
Low Incidence
Multiple Disabilities
Transition
Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
*Target Audience
AT Specialists
AT Specialists
Consultants/Trainers
Educators
Occupational Therapists
Paraprofessionals
Physical Therapists
Rehab Therapists
Special Education Educators
Primary Speaker : Judith Schoonover , Occupational Therapist/Assistive Technology Trainer, Loudoun County Public Schools
Co-Speaker : Matthew Press , Assistive Technology Coordinator, Pendergast School District