Assistive Tech to support independent living–webinar from PACER

PACER Center is a taxpayer-funded national parent information center in Minnesota. Wow, I wish I lived there, or better yet, that PACER was in Michigan. Here’s a great opportunity through the internet, or as my sister says, that inter-webby thing.

Assistive Technology that Supports Independent Living for Young Adults with Disabilities

Date: Thursday, April 12, 2018
Time: 6:00pm-7:30pm
There is a wide range of assistive technology (AT) that can be used to support young adults with disabilities who want to gain independence and live on their own. These include devices to manage medication or practice healthy habits, as well as apps for a smartphone or tablet that help to manage tasks, keep track of money, or find transportation. Join us to learn about the many kinds of AT that can help teens and young adults to develop the skills needed to live more independently.
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One thought on “Assistive Tech to support independent living–webinar from PACER

  1. Therese Mensah says:

    Are you having girls group this week Lydia? Hannah would like to come if you are.

    On Thu, Mar 15, 2018, 7:24 PM Eden Transition Alliance wrote:

    > edentransition posted: “PACER Center is a taxpayer-funded national parent > information center in Minnesota. Wow, I wish I lived there, or better yet, > that PACER was in Michigan. Here’s a great opportunity through the > internet, or as my sister says, that inter-webby thing. Assisti” >

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