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Assistive Technology

March 31 at 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

I didn’t know I could do that!!!

 Alice will share how an iPad and two apps, and now Alexa, can provide technology solutions to aid in day-to-day independent living.

Alice’s daughter, Kara, has been living a self-determined life, in her own house, for over 15 years with the use of a $1.99 app and an $18.99 app!  Alice will tell their story and offer hints and tidbits of how you too can find “an app for that!” and ask Alexa “What can you do…”

 About the presenter:

Alice Brouhard RN is a champion of the use of technology, especially tablet technology, to assist individuals  with memory and cognitive challenges.  She has worked tirelessly to set up a system that allows her daughter who sustained a serious TBI to live independently despite significant disabilities.

She has served on the Colorado Assistive Technology Coalition through the University School of Medicine.  She has spoken nationally and internationally at conferences and events on the use of high tech and low-tech solutions to promote self-sufficiency.  Alice is a founding member of Colorado based “Families at the Forefront of Technology”.

She has developed and taught classes at Colorado Mountain College on the use of iPad and iPhones.  She has been a TEDx speaker and has been featured in journals and publications for her technology solutions.

Alice, and her husband and daughter live in Glenwood Springs, Colorado.  They have been honored with the Garfield County Humanitarian Service award – “Inspiring Hope”

Flower - Qualified Intellectual Disability Professional

Registration is required for this workshop.

Details

Date:
March 31
Time:
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm