To schedule a training, presentation, register for an event, or have IATP staff participate in your event, please contact the Idaho Assistive Technology Project at 1-800-432-8324 or email the appropriate contact below: School Trainings: Dan Dyer General AT Presentations and Displays: Sue House Register for an Event: Krista Kramer Trainings The IATP offers trainings, presentations, and events ranging from school-based to funding, including webinars: In-service (School-Based): Trainings available on the basic understanding of AT devices and services in the rehabilitation and education process, including practical skills training on certain devices, software or services that may benefit a few or all students. Available to school districts free of charge and can target specific teams as follow-up training for a recent or past assessment. Visit the Idaho Training Clearinghouse for current trainings available. Pre-service Presentation: Institutions of higher education may request presentations to their classes that can include: Introduction to assistive technology, Low tech/high tech solutions, Alternative augmentative communication (AAC), School based services protocol, Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, Electronic and Information Technology accommodations, Computer access issues. Tools for Life Fair: The Fair, a yearly event coordinated and sponsored by the Idaho Interagency Council on Secondary Transition, the Idaho State Department of Education, and the Idaho Assistive Technology Project. It includes presentations by national and regional experts on issues surrounding secondary transition and assistive technology. Public-Awareness Events: If you are interested in having the IATP participate in your training, seminar, workshop, expo, or other event, as a presenter or exhibitor please give us a call. Assistive Technology Expos: AT Expos are two day events that feature a variety of AT experts discussing a wide array of AT topics. Space is limited, so you are encouraged to register early! CEU credit is offered for those who IATP Newsletter Would you like to receive emails about upcoming events, disability resources, and available AT services? Sign up for our free newsletter!