Not everything is intuitive. At some point in everyone’s life they’ve needed training in order to learn a new skill. At LifeLong Assistive Technology, I strive to provide initial, long term and follow-up training designed to meet all your assistive technology needs. I train the end user of each assistive technology device, as well as, the team of people working to help the individual gain or retain their independence. Together we can determine the depth and frequency of the training needed.
One-on-one instruction is excellent as well as group instruction because of Stacy’s ability to connect with her learners. ~Cindy
As an assistive technology specialist I find it imperative to provide quality professional development. I’m always looking for ways to improve what I’m doing and create new and exciting workshops to meet the needs of those around me. Contact me today to schedule your workshop or let me create one to meet your needs.
- iPad® Apps and Accessibility to Accommodate the Struggling Learner
Participants will learn the various accessibility features of an iPad® and how to set the features to accommodate all learners. We will also look beyond the games and explore how to customize apps and adjust the settings to meet individual student goals and objectives. Participants can be sure to see both free and paid apps that meet the common core standards, apps that collect data and apps where students can explain their knowledge to fellow students and teachers. We will explore ways to sort through the array of apps available to determine the best ones to meet your students’ needs.
- iPad® Apps and Accessibility to Aid the Senior Journey
The iPad® has magnificent built-in features to help those with vision, hearing, and memory difficulties. Participants will explore these features and apps to help in these areas. They will learn how to adjust the accessibility features of the iPad® to best suit their needs and discover apps to aid vision, hearing and memory.
- Apps for Executive Dysfunction
Many children and adults struggle with executive functioning. Tasks such as initiation and completion can be a daily struggle. Organization of ideas and prioritizing the to-do list can be overwhelming. Participants will explore apps to assist with these tasks and look critically at what makes these apps stand out above the rest.
- iPad® Apps and Accessibility to Accommodate Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Participants will learn the various accessibility features of an iPad® and how to set the features to accommodate children on the autism spectrum. We will also look beyond the games and explore how to customize apps and adjust the settings to meet individual student goals and objectives. Participants can be sure to see both free and paid apps that meet the needs of students with autism spectrum disorders. Some areas explored will include; visual schedules, social stories, language development, ABA, tokens and more.
- Introduction to the Tablet
So you’ve gotten a new tablet, now what? Getting a new tablet can be exciting and overwhelming. During this workshop we will explore the major functions of your tablet and how to navigate through the many features. We will discuss downloading apps and the accessibility your tablet possesses. Individual and group training available. Custom designed to meet your needs.