ATAC: WisTech Assistive Technology Trainings

The Assistive Technology Advisory Council provides direction on the provision of WisTech Trainings each year.

2021 WisTech Virtual Training Sessions

Training #1: Virtual Home and Safety Assessments: May 11, 2021: Video Archive

Training #2: Vision Loss Technology: June 15, 2021 Video Archive

Training #3: Digital Spaces and Equitable Access for Individuals with Learning and Cognition Disabilities: August 10, 2021: Video Archive

Training #4: Ethical Considerations with Augmentative and Alternative Communication Technology: September 16, 2021 Register

All 2021 Trainings will take place from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. CST.

These trainings and more can also be found on the Wisconsin AT Training and Events Calendar or find us on the AT Council Facebook Page.

WisTech AT Connect: Monthly

Please join us for an informal gathering to discuss assistive and accessible technology. We will kick the session off discussing one or two highlighted things related to AT and then open it up for sharing, questions, and more. Meetings will be held on Zoom with captioning provided. If you need additional disability related accommodations please send an email to DHS.  Let’s build the network of knowledge. Register in advance for these meetings. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

AT Training Upon Request

WisTech is available to provide assistive technology trainings for service providers, stakeholders, and the community in general. Please contact us to learn more and get an AT Training on your calendar.

2020 WisTech Virtual Training Session Archives

Training #1: The iCanConnect Program

Training #2: The ABCs of LGBTQ+ and Service Provision

Training #3: The Intersection of Cultural Competency and Trauma Informed Care

Training #4: Ethical Decision Making

WisTech Training Archives

YouTube Channel Archives

Last Revised: September 15, 2021

This content reflects the views and opinions of the advisory council. It may not reflect the official policy or position of DHS.