I have known Joan Green for a long time and have always been impressed with her knowledge, passion, and innovation in the way she utilizes assistive technology with the clients she works with. Joan is now presenting this information through her webinar series making it easier than ever to find out about new and exciting practices that can make a big difference for individuals with disabilities. See below information about the webinar that Joan will be hosting this week.
Joan and I have also teamed up and will be releasing later this month an innovative ebook on writing supports for individuals with disabilities. The book title, Technology Supports for Writing not only includes a rich source of information about various software and hardware tools but includes over a dozen videos showing you how the features and how these tools can be used. During the webinar Joan will give you a sneak peak of some of the videos in the book and whet your appetite. Joan is a rich source of information and if you have the time please sign up for the webinar. Look for a webinar coming soon on technology supports for writing that Joan and I will be doing shortly.
Information about the webinar
Thursday, February 26th, 2009 12:30-2:00 PM EST and
Sunday, March 1, 2009 10:00-11:30 AM EST
Presented by Joan Green, M.A. CCC-SLP
To learn more about Joan and how she helps people with communication, cognitive, learning and literacy challenges as well as the families and education and rehabilitation professionals who help them, go to www.innovativespeech.com
Register now at www.ittsguides.com/store- $50.00
This fee is due for each professional viewing this webinar or up to 3 members in the same family.
What others have said about this series of webinars:
"I find your webinars useful because there is just an explosion of technology/software programs to address all sort of problems. I am very interested in using more technology in my work but I don't have your level of expertise so I appreciate learning from you which ones are worth having and which ones to pass on. " Maureen F. Shea, C.A.G.S.
NCSP/LPC/Diplomate in School Neuropsychology
"Thank you, Joan. Your webinars are great - organized and practical!. It really is the future. I may be using your TWIST at a Distance this year. My professional goal for 2009 is to expand my delivery of technology-based services. Lots of plans - very fun!"
Kathy Shuler- Speech-language pathologist
"I think the webinars are extremely worthwhile. I found each of the ones I've attended very valuable. I think OTs would benefit from them as well. "
Emilia M. Bozzo- Speech-language pathologist
" What a wealth of information and a huge time-saver!"
Gina Griffiths- Clinical Supervisor for Graduate SLP Program
It is a challenging time for professional development and parents are often frustrated that their children don't qualify for more individualized help in school. So many funds are being cut that everyone is looking for ways to save. Sign up now for this webinar to maximize your learning of how to help students improve literacy and learning while saving valuable time and financial resources.
This session was designed with proactive parents, speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, special educators, clinical supervisors, graduate students and professors in mind. We will discuss how technology can be used to improve reading and writing, top picks for software, and other tools and devices offering visual and auditory based assistance.
Author of "Technology for Communication and Cognitive Treatment: The Clinician's Guide"
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