Presented by Gayl Bowser, M.Ed., Independent Consultant
Please join us for these free, family-friendly webinars to learn more about assistive technology. You are welcome to register for just one, two, or all three of the sessions.
Questions? Contact Samantha Conklin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
You already know that you are an important part of your child’s IEP team. But don’t think “I don’t know anything about AT. There is no part I can play in the assessment that the school is going to do.” AT assessment is not a formal test with correct answers. AT Assessment is a process in which your child’s IEP team collects all sorts of information about the barriers they are facing and data about how their performance compares to other kids. They do that to make the best decisions about how to support your child to do new things or do things better with AT. Session 2 in this 3-part series will focus on ways to think about specific AT that might help your child with the barriers you have identified. To help you understand the process, we’ll review some ways that IEP teams think about AT assessment. We’ll also give you a chance to brainstorm about the information and data that you can provide to your child’s IEP team to help make the best AT decisions.
Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to
1. Contribute to the development of a plan for an AT assessment.
2. Describe the basic use of the SETT Framework
3. Identify specific information and data that they might provide to help the IEP team make decisions about AT.
Registration Link: https://tinyurl.com/ews2w78k