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School of Medicine Columbia

Making Sure Communication Apps are a Good Fit

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


Participants must register to receive the webinar video link and transcript.


About the Program

Learn to identify the needs of the individual and then match to the features in a communication app. Discover which apps are created with researched-based core vocabulary and grammatical organization of vocabulary to promote language learning. See how literacy skills are built into communication apps. Participants will receive a handout of links to training videos for programming communication apps.

Participants will learn:

1.      Participants will be able to define Feature Matching

2.      Participants will be able to List at least two access features in communication apps

3.      Participants will be able to list two features that promote language development.

About the Presenter

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Carol Page, PhD, CCC-SLP, ATP

Carol is the Program Manager of the South Carolina Assistive Technology Program (SCATP) at the UofSC School of Medicine, a University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, Center for Disability Resources, Department of Pediatrics. She received her PhD degree in speech-language pathology from the University of South Carolina and her assistive technology professional certification from RESNA. Carol provides trainings at a local to international level on assistive technology for persons with disabilities of all ages, their caregivers and professionals who serve them. 



CART captioning is provided for all SCATP webinars. If you need an additional accommodation to participate, please contact us at least one week prior to the webinar via e-mail or by phone at 803-935-5263. 

All program webinars are recorded and archived on our training page.

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