The Tech Ambassadors initiative at The Arc Westchester is designed to expand our staff’s knowledge of everyday tech and the ways it can be used to support the people we serve each day – in day services, in the community, at work and in their homes.
To register for the series, please contact Jordan Jankus, Coordinator of Person-Centered & Cognitive Supports at JJankus@arcwestchester.org
Tech Ambassadors Webinar – 10/3/19 – All Together Now: iPads for Groups
While the iPad is seen as a personal device, it can be a powerful tool for group presentations to individuals in a day services setting. We provide examples that will engage and stimulate your audience.
Tech Ambassadors Webinar – 9/26/19 – “Table It” app
We take a look at a FREE, but powerful app based on the concept of spreadsheets. A simple way for a person to collect their information and share it with others. Each block of cells can contain text, pictures and sound. Originally designed to help students organize their work, it has many more lifetime applications. Another great app from the folks at “Do IT” family of special needs apps.
Tech Ambassadors – 8/29/19 – Apple Clips
We highlight the feature of Apple Clips, a powerful free app that comes with Apple devices. It’s a easy-to-use, but powerful, video-editing tool that allows you to produce fun and engaging video stories.
Tech Ambassadors: 5/14/19 – Lingraphica Small Talk Daily Activities FREE App
This webinar focuses on the FREE app, SmallTalk Daily Activities, from Lingraphica and Aphasia.com, that provides an easy way to see if a person who does not have spoken words but has receptive language, can express themselves with a picture library of spoken words and phrases. A simple way to see if an AAC device could help a person function with more independence.