July 28, 2020
Looking to expand AT knowledge for yourself or your teams? The AT&AEM Center at OCALI can help!
We are the proud recipients of a grant from the Ohio Developmental Disabilities Council designed to help build the capacity for assistive technology (AT) service delivery through the County Boards of Developmental Disabilities (CBDD) in Ohio. With this funding, we are able offer a variety of training opportunities, online resources, and more.
FREE Training Opportunities
Whether you’re looking to expand your own AT knowledge and skills or those of your teams, these two trainings are a great place to start!
Assistive Technology Academy: Starts September 10
This multi-session, interactive and technology-based training program is designed to build foundational competencies in order to deliver Assistive Technology (AT) services to individuals with an array of disabilities and age groups. Learn more: https://ataem.org/at-special-projects-and-grants/ATA
Serving Persons with Complex Communication Needs: AAC Communicators at Work, Home, & Community Training Series: Starts August 12
This multi-session virtual training series is designed to teach Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) strategies and skills and how to integrate technology into work, home, and the community, as a way to improve communication, and ultimately improve a person’s quality of life. Learn more: https://ataem.org/at-special-projects-and-grants/AAC-Training-Series
Space is Limited: Register Now
The trainings are free, however, registration is required. Space is limited, so register now to reserve your spot.
Approved by the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD) for Continuing Professional Development Units