Debunking Common Myths about using
Assistive Technology with Young Children

This workshop will explain the purpose and role of assistive technology (AT) in learning and what can be accomplished when AT is introduced to your child's learning environments. Bring your questions and mark this one as not to be missed!

Thursday, September 21  |  Noon-1:00 pm

Register Now!About the Presenter:

  • Bridget Gilormini Bridget is Director of the PACER Center’s Simon Technology Center in Minneapolis. She is a speech language pathologist by training and worked for nine years in public schools, providing speech and language therapy for students at all grade levels with a wide range of disabilities. Before coming to PACER, Bridget helped coordinate assistive technology services and trainings in the MN public school system. She has extensive experience as an AT specialist serving, since 2005, as a member of the Minnesota State Assistive Technology Leadership Team. Bridget presents on a wide range of AT topics as they relate to early childhood, literacy, communication, universal design, visual strategies, and mobile technology. She provides leadership for all of the projects in the Simon Technology Center. Bridget also directs Technology Improves Kids’ Educational Success (TIKES), an early childhood and assistive technology project.

Webinars are online events. There is no cost to attend, but registration is required.
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Event Contact

Ashley Gill
(800) 450-8667