August 11, 2005
Rosanda Suetopka Thayer/TC District Media
Jeanne Stoughton, Tuba City District Special Education DepartmentÕs Occupational Therapist, shows just two of the assistive technology tools used for students with special needs and disabilities to help them become more independent and self-sufficient. Tools for adaptive assistive technology will be the focus of the workshop to be held on Aug. 18-19 at TC District.
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RJ Cooper, noted researcher of products for people with disabilities, to be a presenter
Making Breakthroughs with Assistive Technology will be a two-day workshop presented by the Tuba City District Special Education Department. It will feature a noted researcher and developer of hardware and software products especially designed for use for people with disabilities.