Grant Wood Area Education Agency and the University of Iowa Center for Assistive Technology Education & Research Presents:
The 2017 “Building Bridges: Eastern Iowa Assistive Technology Conference” will provide an opportunity to see first-hand the latest in assistive technologies (AT), practices, and services for school-age students with disabilities. This AT conference will serve as a unique opportunity for professionals, parents, administrators and service providers to exchange and gather information on the current status and assistive technology tools available for consideration.
Tuesday, April 25 • 2:10pm - 3:00pm
APPy Feat: Finding Apps that Match Needs of Students with ASD

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A range of low-cost/free apps will be covered to help accommodate the needs of learners with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) learning styles/characteristics. Suggestions for apps supporting visual supports, social comprehension & perspective-taking, and positive engagement & participation will be covered.

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Julie King

Julie King, LISW, School Social Worker & AT Consultant, Grant Wood AEA
Julie King is a licensed clinical social worker with 9 years of experience in the private sector and just completing her 9th year in the public school setting. She has been a member of the Assistive Technology team for 4 years. Julie uses technology in her daily job duties including... Read More →
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Kelli Robertson

Autism Consultant & Assistive Tech Coach, Grant Wood AEA
Kelli Robertson has been involved in project development throughout her time at Grant Wood AEA surrounding the topics of differentiation, developing accommodations, diverse learners, and using visual support strategies and has done numerous presentations to educators and parents on... Read More →

Tuesday April 25, 2017 2:10pm - 3:00pm
American Gothic

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