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Hudson SEPAC to host Assistive Technology presentation Jan. 4

Hudson – The Hudson Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) invites everyone to their next upcoming meeting, which will be held Wednesday, Jan. 4, from 7 to 9 p.m., in Room A-134 at Hudson High School, 69 Brigham St. Kathy Rielly will present Assistive Technology: Increasing Your Child's Independence.

Children with developmental and learning challenges sometimes need assistive technology devices or services in order to benefit fully from social and academic placements and programs, and to participate with the greatest success and independence. This workshop will explore a variety of new and well-known assistive technology solutions; preview the framework and components of an Assistive Technology evaluation; discuss how assistive technology is addressed by IDEA legislation; describe how to access assistive technology services and resources; highlight how assistive technology is integrated into the IEP; and answer questions about how families can access assistive technology resources.

For more information or to attend, please RSVP by calling 1-978-212-9651 and leaving a message or e-mailing hsepac@hudsonsepac.com.

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