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Consideration: Resources to find AT Answers
One of the first things I hear from teams when they are preparing to consider AT is "Let's do a SETT!" Or, teams may reach out saying, "We did a SETT and don't know where to go." This is where coaching, collaboration, and consideration can be strengthened by understanding what questions to ask. There are so many models of consideration in the world of assistive technology. Some function better in schools, others better for more medically directed situations. By understanding different models you won't simply be "doing" one model, but be understanding of what the student needs and how AT can help. This session will focus on different models of consideration, important questions to ask, and when to apply this knowledge.

Session level: Beginner
Session duration: 1-hour

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Apr 29, 2021 11:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Sayard Bass,
M.S. CCC-SLP/L-ATP
Sayard Bass is an SLP focused in the area of alternative and augmentative communication as well as assistive technology. She is an adjunct faculty member in the UIC AT Certificate Program, is RESNA certified, and a member of ASHA SIG 12 on AAC. Sayard has had a variety of experiences from serving individual districts, working as a contract SLP, and in cooperative settings. She presents nationally, and internationally. She has been featured in Closing the Gap magazine, Infinitec Webinars, AT Industry Association, Closing the Gap, Division of Career Development and Transition, Rehabilitation Engineering Society of North America, Illinois AT Project, Illinois Association of Administrators of Special Education, Infinitec Practitioners Conference. She volunteered with Sol y Luna - Merida, MX, and Instituto Parálisis Cerebral – Quito. She currently works in Chicago's Southwest Cook County Cooperative Association for Special Education (SWCCCASE) and lives her husband, cat, and toddler.