February 19, 2020 –
Location: Exeter High School
1 Blue Hawk Drive
Exeter, NH 03833
ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND!
Technology is creating more opportunities for greater independence & confidence for students with disabilities to participate in education and the workplace and support a successful transition to college. Free & low-cost options to support ALL learners, on various devices, including the technology they already have! (phones, tablets, laptops). Learn how to show your learners where to find & access the tools, as well as build their knowledge and skills to use the tools.
In this informative session with live demonstrations and the opportunity to follow along with your own devices.
Topics may include: greater independence & confidence for students
- Time Management
- Reading & Math Support
- Focus, Time on Task
- Scheduling, Reminders, Planning, Prioritizing
- Task Initiation & Completion
- Short Term & Working Memory
- Metacognition, Self-Monitoring
- Mindfulness, Stress Management, Anxiety Support
- Note Taking Support
- Writing Support
Presenters: Diana Petschauer, M.ED., ATP & Laurie McIntosh, MS, OTR/ L, ATP
Diana Petschauer is a RESNA certified Assistive Technology Professional, AT Consultant & founder of AT for Education, ATforED.com, and Access4Employment.
Laurie McIntosh joined AT for Education as an ATP/ Consultant after working as an OT (occupational therapist) in public schools and private practice for 38 years.
We welcome your energy and enthusiasm to help make this a positive experience for all who can attend. Light refreshments will be provided. This event is FREE to attend.
Parents Partnering in Transition is a group run by EHS parents, supported by EHS staff/administration. Our goal is to gather parents of students supported by IEPs and 504 plans to share resources that support our children as they transition to life after high school.
Please RSVP to Amy Ferris, 418-4346, firstname.lastname@example.org