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School of Medicine Columbia

Assistive Technology Assessment Guide Online Training – ATAG

Type: Recorded Webinar
Location: Webinar with Transcript
Cost: Free. (Registration is required).

Registration

Participants must register to receive the webinar link.

About the Program

The Assistive Technology Assessment Guide will teach you and your staff topics such as terminology and the concepts to work through the Assistive Technology Cycle. Lessons include videos, fillable handouts, case studeies, reflection questions and quizzes. A certificate of completion is provided when all tasks have been accomplished.

Learn on your own or in a small group of coworkers at your own pace. When you have completed the training, you receive six months of coaching from a RESNA certified Assistive Technology Professional ATP to help implement your new skills as you begin to conduct AT assessments.


About the Presenter

Portrait of Ted Klopp

Ted Klopp, Westminster Technologies

Ted Klopp has worked with teachers and therapists in the special education area for the past decade.  As the right-hand man for his wife’s company – Ted is tasked with doing a little of everything. His experience includes, but is not limited to sales, marketing, training, and demonstrations of AT. Most specifically – Ted works to make sure customers are successful with the products and services they choose. When Ted is not at work, he specializes in telling bad jokes, annoying his wife and attempting to parent three boys (twins age 7 and a 9 yr. old).

 


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