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Monday, January 11, 2016

NESCA Assistive Technology Workshops and Tutorials Available Now through January 21st


January 11, 2016

Please join NESCA’s Courtney Rose Dykeman-Bermingham for one-on-one tutorials to determine if assistive technology would be useful for your student.

These sessions are appropriate for students, parents, teachers, advocates or anyone else working directly with a student with challenges.

Courtney Rose will give tutorials and guidance on what technologies may be helpful including Livescribe pens, Kurzweil, and Evernote, plus executive function, time management and other organizational apps and web-based programs that would be the right fit for you or your student.

To set up an appointment, please email rwinston@nesca-newton.com.


Courtney Rose Dykeman-Bermingham is a rising senior majoring in Neuroscience at Mount Holyoke College and completing an internship at NESCA. She is training to become a clinical neuropsychologist herself. Currently, she volunteers at her college’s AccessAbility Services (AAS) office. Through that position, she works with students as they transition into college life, helping them to overcome difficulties related to their disabilities or transition.

She has presented workshops and done tutorials on the use of assistive technologies at her college, and is looking forward to teaching you about them as well.

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