[NFBWATlk] FW: [NFB-Seniors] FW: AT at Work for Seniors - webinar series

Judy Jones sonshines59 at gmail.com
Tue May 25 22:45:33 UTC 2021

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Subject: [NFB-Seniors] FW: AT at Work for Seniors - webinar series

Hello friends!
Below is the announcement for our AT at Work for Seniors (and people with
disabilities) webinar series that explores assistive technologies & AT
services to support employment. Please consider sharing this with local NFB
chapters, employment programs, and those interested in learning more about
how AT can support those aging in the workplace.
As always, thank you for your partnership!

[Maryland AT Program logo]

Join the Maryland AT Program for a special webinar series focused on
assistive technology in the workplace for seniors and people with
disabilities. This series will focus on a range of topics from AT
integration (types of AT, how to use it, and when) to understanding the laws
surrounding AT and Aging, how to receive AT services, and when to refer
someone for AT services to improve workplace independence.

AT @ Work for
& People with Disabilities

June 2, 2021 @ 10am

Join us as we explore various assistive technologies (AT) available for
seniors and people with disabilities in the workplace. We'll take a close
look at assistive technology devices as well as features built into popular
online platforms (such Zoom and Google Meet) and various operating systems.
This session is geared toward those in the workplace wanting to learn more
about AT and access options to improve the day-to-day work experience.

This session is geared toward those in the workplace, or those who want to
re-enter the workforce, who may benefit from assistive technology.

Seniors in the
Supporting Work with Technology

June 16, 2021 @ 1pm

Join us to learn about AT services and resources available in Maryland to
assist seniors and people with disabilities to succeed in the workplace.
You'll learn about resources, referral processes, and AT services to improve
employment outcomes. This session will also include a basic overview of AT
that can be integrated at work and home to improve independence.

This session is geared toward providers, agencies, ADA coordinators,
employment specialists, and support professionals.

All webinars include live captioning.

If you need additional accommodations, please contact Lori Markland,
lori.markland at maryland.gov<mailto:lori.markland at maryland.gov>

Attendees of these trainings should be aware that there are known and
potential privacy and confidentiality issues with the Zoom System (Cloud
Service, Web application, and/or Application). While every effort has been
made to ensure the security of this meeting, factors out of the State's
control introduce risk. Participants should evaluate the risk associated
with the application and platform and determine if the risks preclude the
use of the service. The State provides no warranty regarding the security of
the application, confidentiality of the information discussed, or the
privacy of information collected by the application and/or service. Security
events impacting the confidentiality, integrity, or availability of a
meeting (e.g., ZoomBombing) must be reported to the State Security
Operations Center
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[Changing Maryland for the Better]
Lori Markland, MFA, ATA-Cert.
Executive Director
Assistive Technology Program (MDTAP)
Maryland Department of Disabilities
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