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Apps for Autism: Behavior Tracking and Video Modeling
iPad Learning Series
Behavior regulation and skill development can be challenging for individuals with autism. A number of techniques, including video modeling, have been proven to increase skills and support positive participation and social connections. This workshop will demonstrate iPad and iPhone apps used for behavior tracking, skill tracking, and video modeling. All participants will have access to an iPad during this session.
Since its release, the iPad has been an important tool in achieving educational success for all students, especially students with disabilities. Its accessibility, reasonable cost, and plethora of available applications make it an incredible resource for both students and teachers. This series will address the basics of operating an iPad as well as how to:
- Teach with an iPad.
- Manage iPads in a school.
- Use applications (apps) for specific disabilities and activities.
Workshops are limited to 25 registrants.
Who Should Attend:
General education teachers, special education teachers, speech pathologists, paraprofessionals, and others are encouraged to attend.
Sponsored by ATinNH.
Presenter(s): Phyllis Watson, CCC-SLP
Phyllis Watson, CCC-SLP, a staff member of Crotched Mountain ATECH Services, is a speech-language pathologist and AAC specialist with more than 25 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with severe disabilities in a variety of settings, including nursing homes, hospitals, developmental day programs, and public schools. She has also taught courses at several universities and has presented at local and national conferences.