Join Jennifer Stylianos and Elonna Falk as they virtually present at ATIA!
Got streaks, likes, or achievements? Your disabled teen should! Individuals with disabilities are significantly less likely to have access to and report less confidence with technology-use than their peers. Access to technology has become a ubiquitous teen experience with 95% having a smartphone, 85% using YouTube, and 97% of boys gaming. This teen leisure can translate into real-life skills that will serve students well beyond the latest online campaign. In this session, you will be exposed to alternative access methods (eye-gaze, voice assistants, switch-access), technologies (AAC devices, tablets), and external supports (visual supports) to increase access and improve skills.