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About the Program
How do you go about designing a classroom where the needs of every student can be
supported, and every student, no matter their ability, can be successful? During this
session, participants will explore tools and strategies designed to increase communication,
engagement, and access to the curriculum. In addition, participants will learn about
a program for supporting students in the low incidence, autism, and PreK classrooms
through assistive technology as well as building capacity of staff supporting these
Participants will learn:
- to identify at least one tool and strategy for increasing communication in a low
incidence, autism, or PreK classroom.
- to identify at least one tool and strategy for increasing access to the curriculum
in the low incidence, autism, or PreK classroom.
- about a professional resource that enables administrators to create accessible classrooms
and build capacity of staff supporting low incidence, autism, or PreK classrooms.
About the Presenters
Cindy L. Richardson, M.Ed.
In her role as AbleNet’s National Assistive Technology Consultant, Cindy works with
districts to identify technology tools and resources that support the academic and
functional success of students with significant disabilities. She has worked with
individuals with disabilities for over 30 years and holds a M.Ed. degree from George
Mason University in Assistive/Special Education Technology. Prior to coming to work
with AbleNet, she specialized as an assistive technology specialist in the areas of
student assessment, professional development, and curriculum access and success through
technology in the K-12 setting for several years.
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.
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