Expo 2008 Session Handouts and Presentations


Link to EXPO 2007 HANDOUTS

Session 1 - 9:30 -10:30 am

  • **Putting the Pieces Together: Assessment for Augmentative Communication. Patty Quattlebaum, SLP, USC Developmental Pediatric Clinic, Lily Nalty, SLP, Team for Early Childhood Solutions, USC SOM, Will Harmon, PT, Lexington School District One. Approved for ASHA CEU.
  • Come Together! The Connection Between AT and UDL. Dr. Elizabeth Bagley, Susan Maloney, and Mary Jo Schneider, SLP, SC Dept of Ed Regional AT Specialists
  • What You Wish You’d Known. Microsoft Accessibility Options & Computer Access Supports.  Stacy Springer, MS, OTR/L, AT Specialist, Cabarrus County Schools, NC
  • Functional Living Skills Start at Home! Vocational Program for People on the Autism Spectrum. Susie Bennett, SLP, Autism Consultant for Florence School District One, Val Gioia, AT Consultant, Sumter School District Two, Myra Horton, Applied Behavior Coordinator, Florence School District One, Marie Walker, Parent and Advocate

Session 2 - 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

  • Making it Work: AAC in the School Curriculum. Grace Williams, SLP, School Systems Consultant. Approved for ASHA CEU.
  • Keeping it Simple. Low Tech Computer Access. Dr. Elizabeth Bagley and Susan Maloney, SC Dept of Ed Regional AT Specialists, Randi Cogswell, OT, Lexington School District One, Will Harmon, PT, Lexington School District One
  • Break the Barriers! Using AT to Increase Independence for persons with brain injury or developmental disabilities. Elaine Phillips, SLP, CBIT, Roger C. Peace Hospital - Rehabilitation, President-Elect of Brain Injury Alliance of SC
  • Do the Wave!  Physical Fitness and AT.  Catherine Leigh Graham, Rehab Engineer, USC SOM

Session 3 - 2:00 - 3:00 pm

  • Developing a New Dialogue: Augmentative Communication for Older Adults. Dr. Caryn Melvin, SLP, Adjunct Assistant Professor, USC Dept of Communication Sciences and Disorders
  • Get That in Writing! Assistive Technology and the IEP. Dr. Elizabeth Bagley, SC Dept of Ed Regional AT Specialist, Dr. Cheryl Wissick, USC Special Education Department, Randi Cogswell, OT, Lexington School District One, Will Harmon, PT, Lexington School District One
  • Keep in Touch!  Bridging the Telecommunications Gap. Description of the SC Equipment Distribution Program. Anne Bader, SC EDP Outreach Coordinator
  • From Kiddie Pools to Tidal Waves. Hi & Low Tech Aids for Daily Living and Modifications for the Home. Review of a variety of aids and modifications that make home living easier and safer. Catherine Leigh Graham, Rehab Engineer, USC SOM

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Sponsored by the South Carolina Assistive Technology Program, South Carolina Association for Blind Athletes, Department of Disabilities and Special Needs, USC Center for Disability Resources, the South Carolina Department of Education, and the South Carolina Association for Educational Technology.