A Roundtable Discussion for Favorite iPad Apps Tuesday, June 7 - 12pm There are thousands of AAC iPad apps for supporting communication, but which one is your favorite? And why? Please join this roundtable discussion with a group of local AAC experts to share and compare!
Keyboarding is an important skill, but requires a combination of complex skills. This webinar will explore a range of low- medium- and high-tech supports for writing via technology. Also be ready to share your favorite keyboarding support techniques or technologies.
Giving individuals technology tools is only part of the solution. Providing electronic materials does not automatically make them accessible to all learners. Learn about resources and strategies to create accessible materials.
ChatGPT is all the rage right now. There has been a lot of debate about whether or not this technology is cheating. Can it be used as a supplement to teaching rather than a replacement? How can it help students with disabilities? What do you think? Join us for a discussion on how this tool, […]
Setting The Stage designs and creates home environments that are more accessible to all people — regardless of age, size, or physical abilities. Presenter Linda Chinman Pollock is the founder of Setting The Stage LLC. She is a Certified Aging In Place Specialist, as well as a Certified Living In Place Professional. She has been […]
New Jersey ABLE is a tax-advantaged savings account for people with disabilities. ABLE accounts promote financial independence without jeopardizing eligibility for many means tested benefits. Please join us on August 22nd at 12 noon for a presentation with Cristine Chickadel, NJ’s ABLE Account Representative, to learn more about this important financial tool.
Scanning Pens, a text-to-speech tool provides support to those with reading challenges across the globe. Join us as we show our portable pens in action!
In this webinar you will learn who benefits from this photo-based augmentative and alternative communication and an overview of why App2Speak was created and how to use it.
Join us for the 7th Annual Assistive Technology Statewide Conference to be held at the Conference Center at Mercer in West Windsor, New Jersey, on September 19 and 20, 2023. This year the ATAC team has supersized the event to a 2-day event of fun and learning along with our parent organization, Disability Rights New […]
Pocketalk is a handheld audio and text translation device that can be used just about anywhere to overcome language barriers in conversation. Teachers, nurses, first-responders, business owners, and many others depend on Pocketalk to provide timely communication when and where it matters most.
Come have fun and explore this incredible tool with Beth Poss.. Discover how entertaining it can be to make unique learning materials, including picture cards, bingo games, schedules, aac overlays, coloring pages, social narratives, first-then boards, learning games, math activities, and much more, using this online tool.
Rebecca Rosenberg will discuss how the ReBokeh app was developed along with iterative feedback from the low vision community, as well as a live demo of the technology and a conversation about how and where it can be used to aid people with vision.