Date: 09/20/2023 Time: 4:00-5:00 Location: internet Type: Webinar
Assistive technology (AT) can be a powerful tool to support students with disabilities. The consideration of assistive technology for all students with an IEP is a requirement. How can this be done with fidelity and who participates in the decision-making process? This session will provide educators and parents with resources on how to consider, assess, and implement assistive technology. Please join us as we delve into this topic through discussion, sharing resources and exploring how to empower our teams to support students who need assistive technology. SETC’s NEW on-demand self-paced course entitled Assistive Technology Processes: From Consideration to Implementation will be introduced in this session. This course includes modules on AT consideration, AT assessment and AT implementation, as well as practical application to fulfill the legal requirement around assistive technology.
- Gain resources to build AT processes within their school district
- Evaluate resources for consideration, assessment, and implementation of AT for students
Linda Doehle, AT Specialist
Linda Doehle started her career as a software engineer after completing her degrees in Computer Science and Mathematics at Whitworth College. She brought her technical skills to the field of assistive technology while working as an Assistive Technology Specialist for the Yakima School District. Linda holds an AT Specialist Certificate and enjoys being able to use her technology skills in helping students optimize their abilities through the use of assistive technology. Linda has been with the Special Education Technology Center for eight years and has presented webinars and classes at national and statewide conferences.
Kristin Leslie, ATP, MAT, OTR/L
Kristin Leslie is an occupational therapist and an assistive technology professional who is currently in the role of director at the Special Education Technology Center (SETC). She has worked in special education in Washington state public schools for 23 years. Her leadership role at SETC includes providing guidance to administrators, families, and school teams on assistive technology tools and best practices to remove barriers to student learning.
Email Sue Wright at the SETC office
Clock hours for this webinar and others in this series are available from ESD105 for a small fee. The following Professional Development Enroller link provides more information about clock hours: https://www.pdenroller.org/cwu/catalog/161162