The goal of this course is to review ways to connect clients with disabilities and specialists who can determine the appropriate technology needed for daily living and work.
Develop a sense of how current technology can be used to support a client’s work and home lives. You’ll also learn about the various categories of assistive technology and how to secure the different kinds of services offered by assistive technology centers. Practice formulating an effective referral question or statement when working with an assistive technologist.
A. Lynn Deese, MA, ATP (click here for Ms. Deese's bio)
A Knowledge Check is included in each unit of the course. These questions help you test your understanding of the concepts presented. Feedback is provided for each question. You must achieve a minimum performance level of 70% (21 of 30 questions correctly answered) to successfully complete the course. Once the Knowledge Check quizzes are successfully completed, CE credit will be awarded.
IF YOU LIKE THIS COURSE, YOU SHOULD ALSO TAKE:
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