Therese Willkomm, PhD, ATP, directs the NH Statewide Assistive Technology (ATinNH) Program with the Institute on Disability, is a clinical associate professor in the University of New Hampshire Department of Occupational Therapy, and coordinates the graduate certificate in AT and the disability studies minor. Known internationally as “The MacGyver of Assistive Technology” and more recently as an expert in iPad modifications and apps for individuals with disabilities, Dr. Willkomm has provided AT services for over 30 years and authored 22 publications.
Assistive Technology Open House
On September 22, 2018, our graduate class, Assistive Technology for Communication and Cognitive Impairments, will be completing a one-day hands-on experiential activity using various AT devices. We are opening our lab, room 139 at Hewitt Hall, to the public. There isn’t a formal class or workshop being offered during this time, however there will be stations in which people can come and explore various devices. These stations are focused on technology for cognitive impairments, executive functioning impairments and communication impairments. We welcome families, service providers, and prospective students to stop in anytime between 1:00pm-4:00pm. We do however ask that you let us know if you're planning to come by emailing Stacy Driscoll at email@example.com.
Brought to you by: UNH’s Graduate Certificate in Assistive Technology and New Hampshire’s statewide Assistive Technology Act program, ATinNH