The INDiana Assistive Technology Act (INDATA) Project, which is operated by INARF member Easter Seals Crossroads, will be holding a free assistive technology training program for anyone interested in learning about the types of assistive technology available to those who are deaf and blind. Vocational Rehabilitation counselors, assistive technology specialists, rehabilitation specialists, social workers, parents, educators, students, professionals and health care providers can benefit from training content. Continuing Education Units will be offered for those who attend the training in person, but not online. Participants may register by clicking here.
The purpose of the INDATA project is two-fold. The first is to get assistive technology into the hands of Hoosiers with disabilities through device demonstrations, device loans, computer recycling and alternative financing. The second goal is to provide statewide outreach educational opportunities regarding assistive technology capabilities, options and resources. The INDATA project accomplishes these efforts through quarterly trainings offered statewide through telerehab, an annual assistive technology conference and small group presentations.
For those unable to attend or who are interested in other types of training, the INDATA project also provides individualized training for work, home, and/or school. For more information about what is offered, contact Belva Smith, Training Coordinator (email@example.com / 317-466-2001 x2110).
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