Assistive Technology: Leveling the Playing Field for Children with Disabilities
Posted by on January 23, 2011
PILCOP offers special education training series
In an effort to keep the Philadelphia advocacy community informed about the most up-to-date information in special education law, the Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia is offering a series of training sessions designed for parents, advocates, and attorneys who work with children with disabilities.
The next of these sessions, Assistive Technology: Leveling the Playing Field for Children with Disabilities, will be held on Tuesday, January 25th, from 12-4 pm. The seminar will focus on the legal requirements for obtaining and utilizing assistive technology in schools, including addressing assistive technology (augmentative communication) evaluations, device selection/trials, and incorporating assistive technology within IEPs.
The session costs $100. The session costs $200 for attorneys; 3.5 hours of CLE credit are available for this session. Scholarships are available for those who cannot afford to pay.
To register, go here.
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