AAA 4 AAC: Alternative Access Accommodations for AAC

AAC/Modalities , ASHA Continuing Education Approved , Assistive Technology , Special Education , Speech Therapy , AAC After Work , Introductory

This Course is offered for .10 ASHA CEUs (Introductory Level, Professional Area)

Access is at the core of any successful technology solution. Whether that is direct selection, scanning, mouse / keyboard alternatives, or switches - professionals must work to determine the most appropriate solution for each individual. This session will explore access options for the most popular assistive technology / everyday technology platforms used today: Apple (iOS) and Android mobile devices, and Chromebooks. We will tackle many issues, including: What is built in? What can be connected? How is it configured for each individual’s unique needs?


Want YGU to report* your ASHA CEUs?

*An annual ASHA CE registry fee is required in order to earn ASHA CEUs.  CE Registry fees are paid by the participant directly to ASHA.

After completing this live webinar:

1. Return and take the Quiz attached to this course - 80% accuracy required.

2. Complete the Course Evaluation: https://goo.gl/forms/sEMKzOnKVhJJT5lz2

3. In your YGU Profile: Check "YES!" and add your required ASHA information.

** MUST BE COMPLETED 8/31/18 by 9:00PM PT / Midnight ET


Financial Disclosure

Mike Marotta, ATP employed as an Independent AT Consultant at Inclusive Technology Solutions, LLC

Financial - Receives consulting fees from AT Industry companies for delivering presentations. Presenter will receive a monetary compensation from YGU for this course.

Non Financial - CAST Accessible Educational Materials Advisory Board / New Jersey Coalition for the Advancement of Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Board of Trustees. Receives no financial compensation for either activity. 


Content Disclosure

This presentation will focus on an array of available supports for alternative access of mobile devices and will not focus exclusively on any tool.

After completing this course, the student will be able to...

  1. describe a minimum of five built in accessibility features of mobile devices to provide alternative access.
  2. explain how to match unique consumer needs to available alternative access devices.

Course Agenda

5 minutes—Introductions and Disclosures 
45 minutes— Focus on Access Methods (direct selection, scanning, alt access tools); Accessibility settings on mobile devices; Exploration of available alternative access devices to use with mobile devices
5 minutes—Participant Questions / Answers
5 minutes—Conclusion and Wrap-Up

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