Full Day Training
The INDATA Project hosts FREE trainings on various aspects of assistive technology (AT).
Previous trainings included information about how assistive technology can improve the lives of individuals with autism, cerebral palsy, blindness and low vision, and aging.
These trainings are held at our Indianapolis facility and streamed via the Internet. Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) are also offered. CEU’s are only available to those who attend the training in person.
We are excited to announce our registration is now open for our next full day training:
February 24, 2017
Assistive Technology for Individuals who are Blind or Low Vision
SAVE THE DATE !
(More information will be posted here when we open up registration for each event.)
April 21, 2017
Assistive Technology for Students Transitioning from High School to College
June 9, 2017
Assistive Technology 101
August 25, 2017
Assistive Technology and Autism
Information and registration links for future trainings will appear on this page once the registration is opened.
For more information on full day trainings or to recommend a topic, contact Nikol Prieto, Community Outreach Coordinator, at: email@example.com.
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Easter Seals Crossroads’ Assistive Technology Center is Indiana’s leader in providing one-on-one assistive technology training. Our trainers will provide customized training to meet your specific needs at work, school or home.
Examples of training include using screen readers and screen magnification for word processing or Internet access, single switch systems with on-screen keyboards for classroom work, and screen magnification for seniors who want to venture into social networking.
For more information on the variety of one-on-one trainings that we offer, contact Josh Anderson, Assistive Technology Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-466-2001 extension 2524.