Thursday, September 04, 2008

Getting the Word Out about AT and High-Incidence Disabilities

The Family Center on Technology and Disability, which operates through support from the Office of Special Education (OSEP) in DC, publishes a bi-monthly newsletter devoted to topics of interest to educators and parents.
The Family Center is a resource designed to support organizations and programs that work with families of children and youth with disabilities. We offer a range of information and services on the subject of assistive technologies. Whether you're an organization, a parent, an educator, or an interested friend, we hope you'll find information that supports you in your efforts to bring the highest quality education to children with disabilities.
I am honored that this month's newsletter includes a lengthy article about my work and my passion, providing assistive technology to all learners, especially those with high-incidence disabilities. While you are checking out the article, explore the website further for their extensive collection of resources, including AT Success Stories, AT Fact Sheets, and Family Information Guides to AT written in both English and Spanish.


colleenk said...

Congratulations, Karen!
That was an excellent, in-depth interview. I am so happy you were recognized in this way. Hope this leads to more opportunities for you.

Paul Hamilton said...

The recognition is well deserved, Karen! Congratulations!

Lorry said...

You should be proud, Karen. Nice recognition and a chance to spread your wonderful ideas and solutions to a wider audience. Impressive job!