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Administrators as Allies in Improving AT Services-Part 2
Frustrated with your AT services? Looking for ways to work smarter, not harder? This two-part series is designed for AT service providers who wish to change or improve the AT services in their agency. Powerful, significant changes can be accomplished when AT service providers work collaboratively with their administrators, including special education directors and building principals. Specific actions for creating effective, long lasting change will be identified with practical suggestions from AT service providers for implementing them.

In Session 2 of our Administrators as Allies webinars, Maggie Judson and Jeanna Antrim will join Penny Reed and Gayl Bowser to share specifics about their work to build capacity and develop independence for AT in their school district. Using the framework of Leadership, Management, Supervision, and Advocacy & Program Improvement, they will share their process, specific activities, and resources that have helped them in their efforts to create a new, capacity building approach to AT services in their agency.

Session Level: Intermediate
Session duration: 1-hour

You will receive a post-webinar email 24-hours after the completion of the session with a link to the certificate of attendance.

Nov 17, 2020 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Jeanna Antrim
M.S., CCC-SLP
Jeanna Antrim, M.S., CCC-SLP, has nine years of experience working as a school based speech-language pathologist serving students with complex communication and language needs. She works as an AAC facilitator for the Belleville Area Special Services Cooperative in southern Illinois. In this role, Jeanna provides consultations, evaluations, and direct therapy for students with complex communication needs, as well as implements professional development activities around the topics of AAC and literacy. Jeanna earned her bachelor’s and master’s degree in speech-language pathology from Eastern Illinois University, where she performed research in AAC and autism at the undergraduate and graduate levels. She has presented on AAC topics at the regional, state, and national level and has contributed to various AAC blogs. Jeanna can be reached at jeanna.antrim@bassc-sped.org as well as on Instagram @basscAAC or @speechwithoutlimits.
Maggie Judson
M.S., CCC-SLP, ATP
Maggie Judson, M.S. CCC-SLP, ATP is a Speech-Language Pathologist and Assistive Technology Professional working for a special education cooperative in southern Illinois, where she specializes in Augmentative and Alternative Communication. In this role, Maggie provides consultations, evaluations, and direct therapy for students with complex communication needs, as well as implements professional development activities around the topics of AAC and literacy. She received a bachelor's and master's degree from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and an Assistive Technology Specialist certificate from The University of California at Dominguez Hills. She has presented at the regional, state, and national level and has contributed to various AAC blogs. You can reach her at maggie.judson@bassc-sped.org and on Instagram @basscAAC + @the.bookish.slp
Penny Reed
Ph.D.
Penny Reed, Ph.D., is a teacher by training and an independent consultant in AT services. She regularly provides training and consultation on a variety of topics related to AT with a special focus on improving delivery of AT services. She is a founding member of the Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology (QIAT) Consortium, the National Assistive Technology in Education (NATE) Network, and the Coalition for Assistive Technology in Oregon (CATO). She serves on the QIAT Leadership Team. Dr. Reed has authored and co-authored numerous articles and manuals including Education Tech Points and Leading the Way to Excellence in AT Services: A Guide for School Administrators with Gayl Bowser.