Calendar

Along with hosting our own training workshops, our team is a proud community partner of many organizations across the state and often attends their relevant events! Check out our event calendar to see where we'll be next!

    Feb
    27
    Tue
    2024
    TechAccess Oklahoma 2024 @ Rose State College
    Feb 27 – Feb 29 all-day

    Oklahoma ABLE Tech is excited to invite you to our digital accessibility conference, TechAccess Oklahoma! The conference will be offered in a hybrid format this year, so if you’re unable to join us in Midwest City, OK, join us from the comfort of your own home or office! 

    Our speakers include: 

    • Karl Groves 
    • Rob Carr 
    • Lindsay Nichols Foster and Lindsey Morris 
    • Darren Denham  
    • Glenda Sims 

    Register for the conference and keep an eye on our website for session descriptions! Together, let’s Take the Leap into Digital Accessibility

    Mar
    2
    Sat
    2024
    Empowering Voices: Effective AAC Evaluations March 2024 @ Soaring on Hope
    Mar 2 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm

    The Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) workshop on effective AAC evaluations is designed for speech therapists, educators, and other professionals who work with individuals of all ages with communication difficulties.

    The course will provide an overview of AAC and its importance in supporting individuals with communication challenges. The course will cover the components of an AAC evaluation and report writing, including using the SETT Framework and feature matching activities. Participants will also have hands-on experience with speech communication assistive technology, allowing them to gain practical knowledge and experience in selecting and using AAC devices.

    In addition, the course will provide information on funding options for AAC devices, including grants, insurance coverage, and other financial assistance programs. Participants will learn about the various funding options available, and how to navigate the process of obtaining funding for AAC devices. By the end of the course, participants will have a better understanding of the importance of effective AAC evaluations and will have the skills and knowledge necessary to conduct their own evaluations.

    Whether you are a seasoned professional or just starting out, this workshop will provide valuable insights and practical skills for effectively supporting individuals with communication difficulties through AAC. 


    ASHA CE Approved Provider. Oklahoma ABLE Tech. Introductory Level. 0.5 ASHA CEUs.

    ASHA CE Provider approval and use of the Brand Block does not imply endorsement of course content, specific products, or clinical procedures. 

    Continuing Education Units (CEUs):

    Units will be offered to speech-language pathologists. School districts are invited to form “AT Support Teams” which include administrators, special education teachers, and related service providers to attend the workshops together.


    Accommodation Requests:

    Please let us know if you have accommodation needs by calling 800-257-1705 (v/tty) or emailing abletech@okstate.edu.

    Speaker Disclosures:

    Averie Lucas, averie.hinchey@okstate.edu

    Financial Disclosure:

    For the speakers above, no relevant financial relationship exists. Oklahoma ABLE Tech receives a profit from vending iPads, apps, and cases as speech-generating devices to SoonerCare Members on behalf of the Oklahoma Health Care Authority.

    Nonfinancial Disclosure:

    No relevant financial relationship exists for any speakers above.

    Policies, including professional conduct, conflict of interest form, privacy and security, and complaint procedures.

    Mar
    28
    Thu
    2024
    AT Support Team Workshop Part 3 -Assistive Technology (AT) in the Individualized Education Program (IEP) and Implementation
    Mar 28 @ 8:00 am – 10:30 am

    Participants will learn how to write AT in the IEP, summarize the AT Implementation process, compare and contrast AT across disabilities, and identify AT funding resources. The session will offer educators opportunities to see devices.

    Pre-requisite: AT Assessment Part 2 – Gathering Information and Trialing Devices Workshop

    Learning Outcomes

    1. Tell how to write AT in the IEP
    2. Summarize AT Implementation process
    3. Compare and contrast AT across disabilities
    4. Identify funding resources for AT acquisition
     
    Apr
    6
    Sat
    2024
    Empowering Voices: Effective AAC Evaluations April 2024 @ Oklahoma ABLE Tech
    Apr 6 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm

    The Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) workshop on effective AAC evaluations is designed for speech therapists, educators, and other professionals who work with individuals of all ages with communication difficulties.

    The course will provide an overview of AAC and its importance in supporting individuals with communication challenges. The course will cover the components of an AAC evaluation and report writing, including using the SETT Framework and feature matching activities. Participants will also have hands-on experience with speech communication assistive technology, allowing them to gain practical knowledge and experience in selecting and using AAC devices.

    In addition, the course will provide information on funding options for AAC devices, including grants, insurance coverage, and other financial assistance programs. Participants will learn about the various funding options available, and how to navigate the process of obtaining funding for AAC devices. By the end of the course, participants will have a better understanding of the importance of effective AAC evaluations and will have the skills and knowledge necessary to conduct their own evaluations.

    Whether you are a seasoned professional or just starting out, this workshop will provide valuable insights and practical skills for effectively supporting individuals with communication difficulties through AAC.  


    ASHA CE Approved Provider. Oklahoma ABLE Tech. Introductory Level. 0.5 ASHA CEUs.

    ASHA CE Provider approval and use of the Brand Block does not imply endorsement of course content, specific products, or clinical procedures. 

    Continuing Education Units (CEUs):

    Units will be offered to speech-language pathologists. School districts are invited to form “AT Support Teams” which include administrators, special education teachers, and related service providers to attend the workshops together.


    Accommodation Requests:

    Please let us know if you have accommodation needs by calling 800-257-1705 (v/tty) or emailing abletech@okstate.edu.

    Speaker Disclosures:

    Averie Lucas, averie.hinchey@okstate.edu

    Financial Disclosure:

    For the speakers above, no relevant financial relationship exists. Oklahoma ABLE Tech receives a profit from vending iPads, apps, and cases as speech-generating devices to SoonerCare Members on behalf of the Oklahoma Health Care Authority.

    Nonfinancial Disclosure:

    No relevant financial relationship exists for any speakers above.

    Policies, including professional conduct, conflict of interest form, privacy and security, and complaint procedures.