Integrating Classroom Technology and AAC (Orlando, FL)

On location training
Friday, January 31, 2020

Training Type: Tobii Dynavox Learning Lounge Session


Technology is the gateway to leveling the playing field for students with disabilities. With the use of Assistive Technology (AT), we are able to showcase how our students participate in their classrooms. New York City Department of Education is the largest school district in the country. We serve 1.1 million students and 1,800 schools. This session, presented by Lindsey Huntley, will feature tips on how to incorporate AAC into everyday activities. Participants will learn implementation strategies to be used in the classroom based on the success of the New York City Department of Education for Assistive Technology.

Lindsey Huntley has worked for the NYC Department of Education for the past nineteen years. She is both, ASHA certified and RESNA certified as an Assistive Technology Professional. Lindsey works full-time for the New York City Department of Education, Center for Assistive Technology unit as the Speech Supervisor. She has conducted AAC/AT Evaluations, trainings, and professional development for the past twelve years. In addition, Lindsey is an Adjunct Professor at Adelphi University for its graduate Communication Disorder: Speech-Language Pathology program. Lindsey has also provided professional development on Augmentative and Alternative Communication to various school districts, organizations, and universities.  

All presentations at ATIA will be held in Curacao #5

Course Content Level: Introductory

Date & Time: Friday, January 31, 2020 02:15 PM - 03:15 PM ET


Caribe Royale  8101 World Center Dr,  Orlando,  Florida  32821-5408,  United States

Cost: Free of Charge

Open Seats: 26

Presenter: Tobii Dynavox Staff

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