Beata Batorowitz is coming from Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada. She has 15 years of practice experience in AAC and AT, working with children with disabilities. Her research focuses on enabling social interaction and participation of children, especially in leisure and recreation.
Oct 17th 2019.
11:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Supporting Social and Leisure Participation of Children with Disabilities Through AT and AAC
In this lecture, you will learn:
Principles of transactional relationship between child and environment and why we need to build capacity in child’s environment
Assessment strategies considering child’s context
Ways to engage children with severe motor and communication impairments with peers
How to provide early opportunities for successful social interaction and plan intervention that supports building meaningful relationships.