Assessment and Hands-on Training
Through discussions and a hands on assessment, your instructor will evaluate your current technology skills, including your proficiency with keyboarding and different adaptive technologies. This will help determine which tools might be useful to you in your career or academic pursuits. Working closely with your instructor, you’ll develop a training plan and an assistive equipment configuration tailored to your unique needs.
Everything you learn will have practical, real-world applications. Most training is conducted one-on-one to maximize personal attention. In some cases, there may be a combination of individual instruction and small-group sessions.