Working with Students Using Switches: Collaboration is Key webinar
Date: October 2, 2019
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Contact: e-mail Sue Wright at the SETC office to register, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Participants will identify at least three types of activities involving switches that can provide students with increased access to a free and appropriate public education (FAPE).
- Participants will be able to describe the benefits of working collaboratively, with multiple team members, to support students using switches in their own classroom or school setting.
- Participants will be able to list three modifications to balance the relationship between the “task” (e.g. goal area) and the “technology” (e.g. switch-adapted equipment) used by a given student.
Amy is an OT and ATP, based in Washington state. She has previously served in medical settings, schools and universities, as well as community-based programs, and she has presented at local and national conferences. Amy currently works in the public school system, where she is leading an effort among teams to increase capacity for effective AT decision making. Energized by the hurdles and rewards of working on interdisciplinary teams, Amy especially enjoys collaborating to improve systems, services, and solutions for people with disabilities.