Professional Member Event – Tips and Tricks to Get the Most Out of Google’s G Suite: Tech Tools and Apps to Promote Independence
April 11 @ 8:30 am - 10:00 am
Are you searching for affordable ways to promote success using the technologies you already have? There are now many Google apps and features that you may not realize exist that can be used to help individuals who have communication and cognitive challenges thrive! Join Joan Green as she presents her top picks for Google apps and demonstrates features and strategies that can support successful participation in many activities of daily life. This presentation will feature innovative ways to use Google Calendar, Google Keep, Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Drawing, Google Photos, Google Slides, Google Maps, Google Chrome and Google Family Link. Implementation suggestions and resources for learning more will be highlighted that can be used to nurture areas of strength, overcome barriers and keep everyone safe as individuals transition toward independence.
About our Presenter
Joan Green is a speech-language pathologist, technology coach, author of four books and mother of four young adults. She was an early implementer of technology to help children and adults of varying abilities speed up progress toward their goals. She regularly speaks on a wide variety of communication, cognitive, literacy and learning topics focusing on sharing free and low-cost web-based resources and strategies that empower families and professionals to improve engagement and achievement. To learn more about her private practice and the services she provides locally and online, go to innovativespeech.com. Joan was raised in Buffalo, NY, received her formal education and training at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL, and has lived in the Washington, DC, area for the past 30 years.