This presentation focuses on technology-based solutions for individuals with disabilities facing the demands of living and working in the 21st century world. With the explosion of apps, devices, web-based technologies, and similar innovations, individuals, their families, and their network of caregivers have a variety of options to consider and thus, employ. This session focused on exploring solutions through the various demands that the home, workplace, post-secondary educational environment, and the community places on individuals with disabilities. Participants will leave with a variety of solutions including lists of apps, guides on how to find the right one, and tools to use when they return home to further empower individuals in their varied environments across the day and busy week.
Sean J. Smith, Professor of Special Education at the University of Kansas, has a background in the area of special education and technology, specifically towards the integration of technology across teacher preparation programs. He has authored and presented a number of articles and papers dealing with special education technology. Currently he is a Project Director on several U.S. Department of Education program initiatives, seeking to further the integration of technology components across teacher preparation programs and into the lives of students with disabilities, as well as the development of a virtual social skill training experience for students with Autism. Dr. Smith has served as an associate editor for the Journal of Special Education Technology and currently serves as an Associate Editor for Teaching Exceptional Children. He is the proud parent of four young children, one having an intellectual disability.
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