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Thursday, December 3 • 9:20am - 10:10am
An Online Community to Support Individuals with Complex Communication Needs FILLING

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Limited Capacity seats available

Family members and professionals who support individuals with complex communication needs (CCN) are often challenged in finding high quality, accessible resources in local communities. To address this need, a free, virtual Communication Matrix (CM) community has been launched. The CM Community includes many features that users will find useful in supporting individuals with CCN. Attendees will be introduced to this open and unique use of technology as an intervention for professionals and family members that provides just in time tools to support people with CCN.. OBJECTIVES: By the end of the session, participants will be able to a) Describe 3 benefits of participating in communities of practice b) Connect with professionals and parents from around the country to learn from and help them in their work supporting individuals with CCN. c) Identify 2 resources available on the Communication Matrix Community of Practice that improve the participant?s practice.

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Alexandria Cook

Oregon Health & Science University
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Amy Parker

Coordinator, National Center on Deaf-Blindness
I love working with video and creating open access products that help educators and families. My older sister is a dear friend and happens to have multiple disabilities including deafblindness. I consider my sister my first teacher. I feel lucky to work in the field of deafblindness... Read More →

Thursday December 3, 2015 9:20am - 10:10am PST
Salon C 1401 SW Naito Parkway Portland, OR 97201

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