Mobile Technologies as Cognitive-Behavioral Aids: Devices, Apps and Strategies- Web Link Archive

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Mobile Technologies as Cognitive-Behavioral Aids: Devices, Apps and Strategies- Web Link Archive
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Mobile Technologies as Cognitive-Behavioral Aids: Devices, Apps and Strategies- Webinar Archive
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Presenter: Tony Gentry, PhD OTR/L
Description: Smartphones, personal digital assistants, and tablets can be powerful assistive technologies for cognition when incorporated into an occupational therapist's tool kit. Portable, versatile, and easily configured with appropriate apps, these devices can be used to address cognitive-behavioral challenges at home, work, school and in the community. Strategies for using mobile technologies for time and task management, task-sequencing, wayfinding, behavioral adaptation, augmented communication and video modeling, based on the results of a series of community-based trials with various populations including people with multiple sclerosis, autism, and brain injury, will be discussed. Case studies will focus on shaping the "just right fit" of device, apps, and strategies to solve everyday challenges. Participants will be provided with a catalog of tried-and-true mobile apps and links to instructional materials for further learning.

This purchase is for the March 17, 2015 Lunch & Learn webinar presentation web link archive. The archive purchase will be in the format of a web-based link that will be emailed to you separately in the following business days.

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