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Disability Rights South Carolina (DRSC) - Protection and Advocacy for Assistive Technology

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


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

About the Program

This webinar will provide information about Disability Rights South Carolina and how it can help individuals with disabilities with concerns related to assistive technology. There will also be discussion about assistive technology and students with disabilities in public schools.

Target Audience: Parents and students with disabilities.

Participants will Learn:

  1. About Disability Rights South Carolina: Who we are and what we do.
  2. How we can help individuals with disabilities with concerns related to assistive technology.
  3. About assistive technology in public schools for students with disabilities.

About the Presenter

Jodie Jones - DRSC

Jodie Jones joined DRSC 2 years ago as a Community Integration Advocate. Her professional background is in education, adapted sports, and public health. She came to DRSC to get the opportunity to have a job that would let her use all these skill sets together. Her favorite part of her job is getting to know her clients. In her personal time, she loves hiking, sewing, live music, and camping. She lives in the Greenville area with her husband, daughter, and rescue dog.


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Webinars are recorded and archived on our training page.

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