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The Arc Southeastern MN Assistive Technology & Resource Expo has ended

DISCOVER AMAZING!  Come see exhibits, speakers and hands-on demos featuring the latest in assistive technology products and services.  Find, assess and acquire products and services that empower and enable.  Meet and talk with product experts and knowledgeable resource professionals. 

Categories:  Communication Aids — Computer Access — Daily Living — Education & Learning — Environmental Adaptations — Funding Sources — Hearing — Legal Protection — Mobility & Transportation — Prosthetics and Orthotics — Recreation & Leisure — Vision

Open to the Public:  Free Admission — Free Parking — All Ages — All Abilities — Registration Not Required

Location:  Heintz Center Commons, 1926 College View Road SE, Rochester, Minnesota

Presented by:  The Arc Southeastern Minnesota | www.arcse-mn.org | 507-287-2032 | mail@arcse-mn.org 

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Saturday, November 4 • 11:30am - 12:15pm
Assistive Technology You Can Use

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Living in the 21st Century means using technology. During this session, you will learn what assistive technology is and isn’t and see a variety of off-the-shelf devices that can simplify home, school, and work tasks. You will also hear about the growing trend toward multi-use devices and cloud-based services. And, before the session is over, you will discover how to access resources that can help you find and get devices that are right for you.  


Speakers
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Kim Moccia

Program Director, MN STAR Program
Kim Moccia is the Director of the Minnesota Department of Administration’s STAR Program, which is the state’s federally-funded Assistive Technology Act program.  Before coming to the STAR Program, Kim managed an AT program for a day habilitation provider in Southeastern Minnesota. In addition to having worked as a Licensed Practical Nurse and Legal Assistant, she holds a degree in Business and is a graduate of California State University, Northridge, Assistive Technology Applications Certificate Program. Kim enjoys helping people of all ages and abilities use technology to realize their goals. She is currently serving as a member of the Association of Assistive Technology Act Programs Board of Directors. She is a frequent presenter, and her articles on assistive technology have appeared in regional and national... Read More →


Saturday November 4, 2017 11:30am - 12:15pm
Classroom HA 134 Heintz Center