About Stacy Driscoll, M.Ed, ATP
Assistive Technology Professional
I am Stacy Driscoll, an Assistive Technology Specialist and the founder of LifeLong Assistive Technology. After many years as an educator I earned a graduate certificate in Assistive Technology from the University of New Hampshire. While working on my graduate certificate, I learned how to assist individuals with a variety of assistive technology solutions.
Whether you or someone you love needs assistive technology, I can help. I realize that individuals of different ages have different needs and I seek to meet those needs. My services include, but aren’t limited to:
- Collaboration with individuals and school teams
- Evaluation of Assistive Technology needs
- Assistive Technology recommendations
- Training of Assistive Technology devices
- iPad® accessibility
- iPad® apps to meet elementary school goals
- iPad® training for Adults
- eReaders (iPad®, Kindle, etc.)
- Apps to increase Executive Functioning
I began my education some 25 years ago attending Rivier College, in Nashua, New Hampshire, where I earned both a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary / Special Education and a Masters of Education degree with concentrations in counseling and learning disabilities. Most recently I attended the University of New Hampshire where I earned a Graduate Certificate in Assistive Technology. Through the years I have embraced many opportunities to continue to grow professionally by taking advantage of the numerous professional development provided around me. I consider myself to be a life long learner and love what I learn from the world around me.
In addition to the work I do at LifeLong Assistive Technology, I am a program coordinator for the New Hampshire state assistive technology program, ATinNH. Among my responsibilities, I coordinate demonstrations and provide loans of assistive technology devices. I began my career as a classroom teacher. I prided myself in always finding the best in my students. If one method didn’t work for them, we’d find something that did. I carry those early skills with me to the work I do today. Throughout the years I worked in many different capacities with a variety of students and abilities. I enjoyed my time working with elementary age students as well as the time spent teaching college education students. For pleasure, I spent almost 10 years teaching adults stamping and scrapbooking techniques.