Join Diana Petschauer and Laurie McIntosh from @ATforEducation on Tuesday 11/10- Your Executive Functioning Toolkit—Their Key to Independent Learning! Diana and Laurie join the folks @donjohnstoninc to show Tools and Technology for Chromebooks, Laptops, and iPads, as well as Light Tech to Support Executive Function Skills, such as organization, task management, focus and attention, literacy, emotional regulation, scheduling and reminders, mind-mapping and more! http://bit.ly/EFtoolkit_2020_Webinar #ATchat #ATUDL #ExecutiveFunction #Dyslexia #ADHD #RemoteLearning #BlendedLearning #HybridLearning #Access4All #TeacherStrong
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Cognixion ONE, the first brain computer interface with augmented reality, providing access to speech and home automation on the go. Exciting for the future of assistive technology!
one.cognixion.comIntroducing Cognixion ONE, the first brain computer interface with augmented reality, providing access to speech and home automation on the go.
Welcome to the future of assistive technology.
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Wishing You a Harvest of Blessings, Good Health and All Things That We are Grateful For. Happy Thanksgiving from everyone at
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The Institute on Disability at the University of New Hampshire has been awarded a $2.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education-Office of Postsecondary Education to create greater access to postsecondary education for young adults with an intellectual disability (ID). This grant, Granite State Transition Programs for Students with Intellectual Disabilities (TPSID) project, marks a turning point for inclusive higher education in New Hampshire.
Over the next five years, the Granite State TPSID project will work to narrow New Hampshire's education gap by developing a sustainable model to enroll and support up to 50 students with ID at UNH and build capacity across the state's network of Institutions of Higher Education.
Congratulations! Read the press release: bit.ly/35Z3fAT
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