AT to support daily living & independence
April 7 @ 1pm
Individuals with a variety of disabilities may need assistance in one or more activities of daily living such as cooking, taking medications, navigating the home, connecting with friends & family, and more. Assistive Technology (AT) can be used to increase and support all of these key functions for independence! This presentation will highlight a variety of assistive technologies to help inform individuals with disabilities, health care providers, caregivers, family, and friends of those with disabilities about different AT solutions.
All webinars include live captioning.
Attendees of these trainings should be aware that there are known and potential privacy and confidentiality issues with the Zoom System (Cloud Service, Web application, and/or Application). While every effort has been made to ensure the security of this meeting, factors out of the State's control introduce risk. Participants should evaluate the risk associated with the application and platform and determine if the risks preclude the use of the service. The State provides no warranty regarding the security of the application, confidentiality of the information discussed, or the privacy of information collected by the application and/or service. Security events impacting the confidentiality, integrity, or availability of a meeting (e.g., ZoomBombing) must be reported to the State Security Operations Center (email@example.com).