Conference Header
Conference Header

AUCD - SIG: Assistive Technology

<< Back to Program

Tuesday, November 11, 2014 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM

Location: Meeting Room 14

Session Description

Special Interest Groups, or SIGs, are made up of individuals in the AUCD network who have a common topical interest. SIGs, which are open to anyone in the network including trainees, serve as a mechanism for sharing information, engaging in dialogue, and generating new ideas. SIGs are led by one or more individuals from the network (with AUCD staff support if needed); they typically meet in-person at the AUCD Conference and may share information via emails, conference calls, or webinars throughout the year. Because SIGs are driven by the interests of the AUCD membership, new SIGs may emerge while ones that have run their course may disband. Agenda Download the agenda at right when available. Contact Kim Musheno.


Special Interest Group Co-Chairs: Amy Goldman, PA and Sandy Root-Elledge, WY

Meeting Agenda

Welcome and Introductions

Discussion about transition of programs from U.S. Department of Education to the Administration on Community Living

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) rules related to assistive technology

Showcasing our work, especially innovative initiatives, approaches

SIG Members: what would you like from this SIG, plan beyond the AUCD meeting