There have not only been many updates in Switch Control found in iOS10 but new switch interfaces as well. This presentation will bring you up-to-date on these new devices and features while providing you with new step-by-step instructions and video to help you make your iPad an accessible tool for your consumers.

Learning outcomes:
  1. Participants will view a demonstration of one new switch interface for the iPad and select one possible application of this interface from an online poll. 
  2. Participants will follow steps to design custom gestures and switch recipes that are connected to external switches. 
  3. Participants will identify 2 scenarios in which the use of "move repeat" and "long press" might be used by a client. 

This webinar was presented by Lynne Deese on April 25, 2017. It is worth 0.1 RESNA CEU.

Taking notes when you have a disability is challenging. Difficulties range from writing, keeping up, maintaining focus and accessing the information at a later date. From a professional perspective, there are tons of tools available to assist with note-taking, how do you know you’re recommending the best one? This presentation will discuss barriers to note taking and common features of note taking accommodations. Then popular tools will be demonstrated, accompanied with a discussion on employing the accommodations with note taking strategies and suggestions for training. This will cater to considerations for motor impairments and learning disabilities.

Learning Outcomes:
  1. Participants will be able to identify five common barriers to note taking. 
  2. Participants will be able to identify and describe the primary strength of three note taking strategies.
  3. Participants will be able to describe one advantage and disadvantage of five different note taking tools. 
This webinar was presented by Meghan Donahue on May 9, 2017. It is worth 0.1 RESNA CEU.

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Executive function is often described as difficulty with planning, behavior control/regulation, organization and thinking skills. For individuals with autism, dyslexia, ADHD, learning disabilities or a nonverbal learning disability, components of executive functioning can limit functional capabilities in all areas of occupation. Students struggle with planning, memory, organization and experience frequent challenges with recalling the Who, What, When and Where of many tasks. In this session you will learn about AT tools and Apps to support many executive functioning skills such as time management, shift and flexible thinking, emotional regulation, self-monitoring, planning and prioritizing, organization, attention and focus, task initiation, and more! Join us for demonstrations, examples, discussions and methods of implementation!

This one-hour webinar was originally presented by Diana Petschauer and Stacy Driscoll on September 15, 2016. It is worth 0.1 RESNA CEU.
Learn over 50 different apps, adaptations, and accessories to support older adults at home and in the community including:

  • innovative ways to use FaceTime for social interactions with grandchildren
  • apps that provide reminders
  • apps to help with sleeping, finding your car, the closest public bathroom, or closest parking spot
  • apps that save time and energy for banking, bill paying, and grocery shopping
  • apps and adaptations for low vision and hearing loss
  • apps and adaptations for reading mail and other paper documents
  • apps for amplifying voices of others speaking
  • apps and adaptions for receiving virtual healthcare services and monitoring
This one-hour webinar was originally presented by Therese Willkomm, PhD, ATP on February 9, 2015. It is worth 0.1 RESNA CEUs.