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==='''Emergency Management and Disaster Relief: Matching AT Needs Volunteer Training'''===
 
==='''Emergency Management and Disaster Relief: Matching AT Needs Volunteer Training'''===
  
September 25, 2017 at 5:00 PM EST
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Presenters: Carolyn P. Phillips, M.Ed., CPACC, Director, and Martha E. Rust, MS, CRC, ATP, AT Specialist at Tools for Life | AMAC Accessibility | Georgia Tech
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Presenters: Jamie Arasz Prioli, RESNA, Adaptive Technology Specialist | Ocean County College
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Jamie Landry Karam, Program Director | Louisiana Assistive Technology Access Network (LATAN)
  
What you are wearing doesn’t just mean which outfit, but also includes which technology! Now there are more wearable technologies available than ever before! But what do these technologies do and how can they assist someone with a disability? Are they worth trying? During this session, participants will learn about some of the wearable technologies available and their benefits for the every day living, learning, working and even playing!
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Emergency Management and Disaster Relief: Matching AT Needs Volunteer Training

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Presenters: Jamie Arasz Prioli, RESNA, Adaptive Technology Specialist | Ocean County College Jamie Landry Karam, Program Director | Louisiana Assistive Technology Access Network (LATAN)

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Pass It On Center Webinar Training Series -- Emergency Management and Disaster Relief PDF Presentation