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Tailoring Accommodations to the Individual

Date & Time
Friday, March 17, 2023 - 2:20 PM PST  
Location
Orange County 1/2  
Description
This session is targeted at DSPS programs in higher education. Our premise is that such programs may be sacrificing maximum student outcomes for the sake of program efficiency. The goal of this presentation is to reacquaint professionals with the value of meeting with students on an individual level in order to best determine their needs and help them achieve their goals. Our aim is to encourage intake appointments, live training sessions, and follow-up assessments rather than relying on automated systems or tutorial videos that allow such encounters to become secondary. We also want to encourage programs to apply unique rather than one-size-fits-all solutions -- a concept that can work alongside, rather than instead of, Universal Design. Examples involving assistive technology and alternate media services (the presenters' fields of expertise) will serve as proxies for services in general. Overall, this session is meant to motivate DSPS staff to work more closely with the students we serve, and to remind us of why we do what we do. It will be designed to promote discussion, share ideas, and spark innovation. It's about thinking outside of the box by going back to our roots.  
Audience
  • Higher Education
  • Information & Communications Technology
  • Disability Specific
Audience Level
Intermediate  
Session Summary (Abstract)
Has your DSPS program begun to lose its way? Do you feel like you are sacrificing maximum student outcomes for the sake of raw efficiency? If so, join our session and learn how to reclaim your purpose by adhering to three simple guidelines.  
Primary Topic
Education  
Secondary Topics
Evaluation & Remediation  
Session Type
General Track  

Presenter

  • Nate Streeper
    Educational Assistance Center at Oxnard College

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