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AT Now! 2017 Handouts

Monday February, 6, 2017

GENERAL SESSION | 8:00-11:30

UDL, AT and AEM: Putting it All Together for Students with More Intensive Support Needs, Dr. Joy Zabala, Ed.D.

CONCURRENT SESSION ONE| 12:15 -1:00                               

1. App Smack Down, Facilitated by Bruce Alter 

  • Session 1 - Handout will be created during session and uploaded to handouts page post conference

2. Reciprocative Conversational Skills Needed for AAC, RJ Cooper, RJ Cooper & Associate

  • Session 2 - Hard copies provided during session

3. Challenging Connections: Using Alternative Drive Controls to Unlock Assistive Technology, Heath Becklund, ATP, Quantum Rehab

4. Student Access to JAWS and MAGic and Portable Video Magnifiers Through APH, Michael Wood, Strategic Accounts Manager, VFO.

5. Google Tools for Everyone – SBAC, CCSS and BINGO!, Nora Trentacoste, Texthelp

CONCURRENT SESSION TWO| 1:15-2:45  

6. AT Considerations in the Era of 21st Century Assessments, Dr. Joy Zabala, Ed.D.

7. The Early Stages of Communication: Using the Communication Matrix for Assessment and Goal Development Deborah Lesher, M.S., CCC-SLP, PPS, Darlene Daniels, MS, Teacher of Visually Impaired, Columbia Regional Program

8. AEM and the iPad, Hands-on session/BYOD, Melanie Schaefer, AT Specialist, HDESD, Wendy Burkhardt, AT Specialist, M.S., ATACP, HDESD

9. Motivating with Makey Makey, Hands-on session/BYOLaptop, Ryan Zeedyk, Instructional Technology Specialist, Douglas ESD, Sharon Osborne, OT, Douglas ESD

10. AAC Classrooms – Flipping Awesome!, Kim Baker, M.S., CCC_SLP, Beaverton SD, Freda Stanton, AT Consultant, SLP, Beaverton SD

Activity Objective Matrix Completed-AAC-Training-Plan
Blank-AAC-Training-Plan Partner Strategies
Classroom Setup Checklist Resource List.docx

CONCURRENT SESSION THREE| 3:00-4:00

11. AEM in Action! Supports and Strategies for Getting Started and Moving On, Dr. Joy Zabala Ed.D

12. AAC Modeling Fundamentals, Samuel Sennott, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Portland State University

Session 12 - Sennott -Mirenda, 2016 Session 12 - Sennott -Communication Bill of Rights
Session 12 - Sennott -AAC Modeling Fundamentals Session 12 - Sennott -Sennott, Light and McNaughton
Session 12 - Sennott -Worksheet Ulab Session 12 - Sennott -What is AAC

 

13. AT in the Classroom, Lon Thornburg, Transition Network Facilitator, IMESD

14. Which App Do I Choose?  A Comparison of AAC Apps and Feature Matching with Limited Communicators Susan Gage, SLP, Augmentative Communication Specialist, Salem Keizer SD

15. Ability, Mobility and Go Baby Go: Modified Ride-On Cars for Children with Disabilities, Sam Logan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, OSU, Bethany Sloane, PT, DPT, OHSU, Kathleen Bogart, PhD, OSU

Tuesday February 7, 2017                                              

CONCURRENT SESSION FOUR| 8:00 – 9:30

16. (1st of Two Block Session) Creative Uses of Video Conferencing to Support Communication, Collaboration and Cooperation, Gayl Bowser, M.S.Ed., Independent Consultant, Assistive Technology Collaborations

Remote AT Services PT 1. ‚ÄčRemote Worksheet
Remote AT Services PT 2.  

17. Google Chrome Supports for All Learners, Mike Marotta, RESNA Certified AT Consultant, Inclusive Technology Solutions, LLC 

18. AAC Classrooms – Flipping Awesome!, Freda Stanton, SLP, AT Consultant, Beaverton SD, Kim Baker, M.S., CCC-SLP, Beaverton SD

Activity Objective Matrix Completed-AAC-Training-Plan
Blank-AAC-Training-Plan Partner Strategies
Classroom Setup Checklist Resource List.docx

19. Shared Literacy, Jana Girvan, AT Specialist, HDESD, Melanie Schaefer, AT Specialist, HDESD

20. Eye Gaze 101, Amanda Wallace, MS, CCC-SLP, AT Specialist, HDESD, Wendy Burkhardt, MS, ATACP, AT Specialist, HDESD   

CONCURRENT SESSION FIVE| 10:00-11:30

21. Tool Talk! Mike Marotta, RESNA Certified AT Consultant, Inclusive Technology Solutions, LLC

22. Motivating with Makey Makey, Hands-on session/BYOLaptop, Ryan Zeedyk, Instructional Specialist, Douglas ESD,Sharon Osborne, OT, Douglas ESD (Repeat session)

23. AEM and the Chromebook, Melanie Schaeffer, AT Specialist, HDESD, Jana Girvan, AT Specialist, HDESD

AEM and the Chromebook The Count of Monte Cristo
Read Write for Google Chrome - Quick Reference Card The Importance of Being Earnest

 

24. iPads and Switches: The Recipe for Success, Ruth McKee, COTA/L, ATP, Columbia Regional Program

APPlicator Set up Switch Accessible Apps
IPad Switch Interfaces Comparison 1.17.17 Switch Recipes
IPad Switch Interfaces Comparisondocx  What is a switch Interface?
IPads and  Switches- The Recipe for Success  

CONCURRENT SESSION SIX| 12:15-1:00

25. Let’s Talk Chrome Implementation! Smack Down Facilitated by Mike Marotta

  • Session 25 - Handout will be created during session and uploaded to handouts page post conference

26. AAC Systems are Keyboards and That Matters!, Jason L. Smith, Regional Consultant, PRC

  • Session 26  - Hard copies provided during session

27. Challenging Connections: Using Alternative Drive Controls to Unlock Assistive Technology, Heath Becklund, ATP, Quantum Rehab (Repeat Session)

28. Cognitopia Connect: Web-Based Self-Management Applications for Goal Setting, Video Modeling and IEP Self-Direction, Tom Keating, CEO, Cognitopia

29. Explore to Know More, Melissa Hoy, AAC Consultant, Saltillo

CONCURRENT SESSION SEVEN| 1:15-2:45

30. Smart Data, Safe Students: Harnessing Data While Protecting Student Privacy, Mike Marotta, ESNA Certified AT Consultant, Inclusive Technology Solutions, LLC

31. Beginning Writing for Students with Significant Disabilities, Eric Sanders, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Assistant Professor, Pacific University, Deborah Lesher, M.S., CCC-SLP, PPS

  • Session 31 - Hard copies provided during session

32. DocHub and Voice Typing: Two Technologies that Will Change Your Life!, Veronica Sautter, M.S., CCC-SLP, ATP, AT Consultant, David Douglas SD

AT Now! DocHub Feb 2017 DocHub Directions for iPad
DocHub Directions Voice Typing

33. Assistive Technology: Creating Possibilities, Christy Reese, Director of Operations, FACT Oregon

  • Session 33 - Reese - Hard copies provided during session

34. Which App Do I Choose?  A Comparison of AAC Apps and Feature Matching with Limited Communicators, Susan Gage, SLP, Augmentative Communication Specialist, Salem Keizer SD (Repeat session)

CONCURRENT SESSION EIGHT3:00-4:00

35. Accessibility Across Platforms, Mike Marotta, RESNA Certified AT Consultant, Inclusive Technology Solutions, LLC         

36. AAC Modeling Fundamentals, Samuel Sennott, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Portland State University (Repeat session)

Session 12 - Sennott -Mirenda, 2016 Session 12 - Sennott -Communication Bill of Rights
Session 12 - Sennott -AAC Modeling Fundamentals Session 12 - Sennott -Sennott, Light and McNaughton
Session 12 - Sennott -Worksheet Ulab Session 12 - Sennott -What is AAC

37. AT in the Classroom, Lon Thornburg, Transition Network Facilitator, IMESD (Repeat session)

38. Beaverton’s “CIA” – Agents of Change, Kim Baker, MS, CCC-SLP, AT Consultant, Beaverton SD, Freda Stanton, SLP, AT Consultant, Beaverton SD 

1.1 SETT Framework BSD  Instructions AT Consideration
1.2 Feature Match BSD 3-Year AT Plan
1.3 Tools to Trial BSD AT Outcomes Form
1.4 AT Device Trial Plan BSD Process AT Consideration
16/17 Cadre Training Plan Cadre Activity Log 
AC Consult Note Cadre Leader Evaluation 
AC Student Information Guide Cadre Post Test
Application for AT Cadre Member Cadre Pre Test 
AT Cadre Mid-Year Survey Coaching Contact 
AT Consult Note Learning Inventory for AT Cadre
AT NEEDS INVENTORY Request Form 

39. Implementing AEM: How We Got Here and What We Have Learned, Angela Greenwood, M.A., M. Ed., CCC-SLP, AT Facilitator, Salem Keizer PS

Parent Consent Assistance Request
Screening Tool Data Collection
Verification of Eligibility Follow up
AEM Navigator Documenting AEM on the IEP
AT Referral Implementing AEM

 

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