Providing Remote Interactive Assistive Technology Services
September 26, 2017 –
Everyone benefits from using remote video interactive services whether on the receiving or the delivery end.
Interactive video options like FaceTime, Skype, Zoom, and Google Hangouts have become popular and easy to use solutions for providing and receiving remote assistive technology services. The use of remote services can help to maximize assistive technology services at home, school, work, and play.
This workshop will help you to develop your own ideas for using interactive video conferencing to personalize your AT services, save professional time, reduce the miles you drive and expand the reach of your AT offerings.
As an added bonus, Dr. Therese Willkomm, the MacGyver of assistive technology, will lead a make-and-take activity in which each person will create their own multiuse video presenter stand – a portable, collapsible, multiuse stand than can be used in at least 10 different ways to provide remote assistive technology services – valued at $50.