Allyson Co-Presents at Conference in Washington D.C.

Allyson presents in a conference room about assistive technology and how it benefits special education administrators. There are 11 people visible in the foreground.
Our director, Allyson, OSDE's Todd Loftin, and ATAP's Audrey Busch recently co-presented "Making Assistive Technology an Integral Part of the Early-Childhood-to-12 System" at the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) Leadership and Project Directors’ Conference in Washington D.C.
Their session focused on the importance of Assistive Technology Act Programs and the services and supports the programs can provide to Special Education Administrators. They presented to more than 50 people from 15 states!
To learn more about how assistive technology can benefit educators and administrators, visit the AT Services and Professional Development for PK-12 webpage.