Jim Lambert, Specialist

Specialty Areas: Low Incidence, Elementary Academics, PC/Microsoft Accessibility, Autism: Intensive

Jim Lambert, PATINS Specialist

Jim Lambert, PATINS Specialist

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    Directions to Jim's Office & the Northwest Lending Library:

    From US 30 Heading either EAST or WEST… Take US 30 to Route 55 (Taft St which eventually turns into Main St.). Turn south onto Route 55. Continue south until you reach the second stoplight. This is 97th Place. Turn left at this intersection. The PATINS office is housed in the second building on the left at the Northwest Indiana Special Education Cooperative.

    From I-65 Heading North... At the Crown Point/109th Avenue exit from I-65 turn left. Stay on 109th Avenue. As you get closer to town it will change to North Street. At the intersection of North Street and Main Street turn Right. Stay on Main Street until you reach the 4th stop light.  This will be 97th Place. Turn right at this intersection. The PATINS office is housed in the second building on the left at the Northwest Indiana Special Education Cooperative.

    From I-65 Heading South... Exit at the US 30 exit and proceed west until the intersection of Route 55 (Taft Street) Turn left (South) onto Route 55. Continue south until you reach the second stoplight. This is 97th Place. Turn left at this intersection. The PATINS office is housed in the second building on the left at the Northwest Indiana Special Education Cooperative.

     


     

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    Many trainings and workshops will be offered throughout the year. Trainings are also available upon request by Special Education Cooperatives or local educational agencies. They can be offered face-to-face or offered remotely. Contact Jim Lambert to schedule on-site training. Trainings could include, but are not limited to, QR Codes, Boardmaker, Inspiration, IntelliTools products, Text to Speech Software, Low Tech Ideas, Implementing AEM, Using iTouch and iPad's in the Classroom, and UDL Overview! All trainings are free but require pre-registration. PGP's will be awarded. Trainings offered for 2016-2017 school year are listed below.

     Many other workshops are available upon request and all of these can be repeated upon request and can be offered face-to-face if desired.
    Space
    may be limited in some trainings
    Trainings Require Online Registration

    Registration closes 24 hours prior to webinar starting.

    2017 Trainings





    I Can Do That on My Computer???

    Open or Closed: Open
    Description: This presentation will provide attendees with numerous ‘tips & tricks’ which can be performed on your computer for free.
    Date: Thursday, February 16, 2017
    Time: 8:00-9:00 CST/9:00-10:00 EST
    Registration Link: https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/5109195619036999682
    Registration closes 24 hours prior to training.
    Cost: FREE
    Format/Location: Go To Training
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Professional Growth Plan Points Available? Yes
    Target Audience: Anyone interested in learning in learning some tips & tricks.



    I Can Do That on My Computer???

    Open or Closed: Open
    Description: This presentation will provide attendees with numerous ‘tips & tricks’ which can be performed on your computer for free.
    Date: Thursday, February 16, 2017
    Time: 3:00-4:00 CST/4:00-5:00 EST
    Registration Link: https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/1003072743642452994
    Registration closes 24 hours prior to training.
    Cost: FREE
    Format/Location: Go To Training
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Professional Growth Plan Points Available? Yes
    Target Audience: Anyone interested in learning in learning some tips & tricks.



    2016 Fall Trainings



    The Student with Special Needs and eLearning Days: Igniting Success

    Open or Closed: Open to Participants of Indiana Connected Educators (ICE) Conference
    Description: elearning Days are rapidly replacing snow day. However, additional planning will be necessary for special education students…especially students in intense interventions classrooms. This presentation will look at resources for those students to participate fully during eLearning Days.
    Date: Friday, October 14
    Time: 12:00-12:50 CST/1:00-1:50 EST
    Registration Link: http://www.iceindiana.org/conference/register-now
    Cost: ICE Conference Fees apply
    Format/Location: ICE Conference, Noblesville High School.
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Professional Growth Plan Points Available? Yes
    Target Audience: Anyone interested in learning about making eLearning Days successful for ALL.


    Extensions and Apps: Setting Learning on Fire for All Students


    Open or Closed: Open to Participants of Indiana Connected Educators (ICE) Conference
    Description: Chrome and Chromebooks are rapidly becoming a standard item in the schools. Which extensions and apps should be added is always the question. This session will give the audience exposure to a variety of Chrome extensions and apps that can be used across the curriculum ensuring that ALL students will have access to the curriculum.
    Date: Friday, October 14
    Time: 1:10-2:00 CST/2:10-3:00 EST
    Registration Link:http://www.iceindiana.org/conference/register-now
    Cost: ICE Conference Fees apply
    Format/Location: ICE Conference, Noblesville High School.
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Professional Growth Plan Points Available? Yes
    Target Audience: Anyone interested in being exposed to extensions and apps that will help ALL students succeed.


    The Student with Special Needs and eLearning Days

    Open or Closed: Open
    Description: elearning Days are rapidly replacing snow day. However, additional planning will be necessary for special education students…especially students in intense interventions classrooms. This presentation will look at resources for those students to participate fully during eLearning Days.
    Date: Tuesday, November 15 (repeats in the afternoon)
    Time: 8:00-9:00 CST/9:00-10:00 EST
    Registration Link:https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/7855864721006339330
    Registration closes 24 hours prior to training.
    Cost: FREE
    Format/Location: Go To Training
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Professional Growth Plan Points Available? Yes
    Target Audience: Anyone interested in learning about making eLearning Days successful for ALL.


    The Student with Special Needs and eLearning Days

    Open or Closed: Open
    Description: elearning Days are rapidly replacing snow day. However, additional planning will be necessary for special education students…especially students in intense interventions classrooms. This presentation will look at resources for those students to participate fully during eLearning Days.
    Date: Tuesday, November 15 (repeats in the morning)
    Time: 3:00-4:00 CST/4:00-5:00 EST
    Registration Link:https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/3398497358560603138
    Registration closes 24 hours prior to training.
    Cost: FREE
    Format/Location: Go To Training
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Professional Growth Plan Points Available? Yes
    Target Audience: Anyone interested in learning about making eLearning Days successful for ALL.


    I Can Do That on My Computer???

    Open or Closed: Open
    Description: This presentation will provide attendees with numerous ‘tips & tricks’ which can be performed on your computer for free.
    Date: Tuesday, November 29 (repeats in the afternoon and on August 30)
    Time: 8:00-9:00 CST/9:00-10:00 EST
    Registration Link:https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/8432838945240002306
    Registration closes 24 hours prior to training.
    Cost: FREE
    Format/Location: Go To Training
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Professional Growth Plan Points Available? Yes
    Target Audience: Anyone interested in learning in learning some tips & tricks.


    I Can Do That on My Computer???

    Open or Closed: Open
    Description: This presentation will provide attendees with numerous ‘tips & tricks’ which can be performed on your computer for free.
    Date: Tuesday, November 29 (repeats in the morning and on August 30)
    Time: 2:00-3:00 CST/4:00-4:00 EST
    Registration Link:https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/4706087163846765570
    Registration closes 24 hours prior to training.
    Cost: FREE
    Format/Location: Go To Training
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Professional Growth Plan Points Available? Yes
    Target Audience: Anyone interested in learning in learning some tips & tricks.



    Apps for Multiple means of Expression in the Early Elementary Grades

    Open or Closed: Open
    Description:This webinar will look at some apps that students can use in the elementary level to demonstrate understanding of concepts.
    Date: Wednesday, December 7 (repeats in the afternoon)
    Time: 8:00-9:00 CST/9:00-10:00 EST
    Registration Link:https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/245240946610747394
    Registration closes 24 hours prior to training.
    Cost: FREE
    Format/Location: Go To Training
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Professional Growth Plan Points Available? Yes
    Target Audience: This presentation is meant for anyone interested in becoming familiar with apps that can be used to allow Multiple Means of Expression.


    Apps for Multiple means of Expression in the Early Elementary Grades

    Open or Closed: Open
    Description:This webinar will look at some apps that students can use in the elementary level to demonstrate understanding of concepts.
    Date: Wednesday, December 7 (repeats in the morning.)
    Time: 3:00-4:00 CST/4:00-5:00 EST
    Registration Link:https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/1590807883520264706
    Registration closes 24 hours prior to training.
    Cost: FREE
    Format/Location: Go To Training
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Professional Growth Plan Points Available? Yes
    Target Audience: This presentation is meant for anyone interested in becoming familiar with apps that can be used to allow Multiple Means of Expression.


    Creating Social Stories with iPad Apps: Engaging the Student

    Open or Closed: Open
    Description: This webinar will look at creating and using social stories as a means to increase engagement for students with significant needs.
    Date: Tuesday, December 13 (repeats in the afternoon)
    Time: 8:00-9:00 CST/9:00-10:00 EST
    Cost: FREE
    Format/Location: Go To Training
    Registration Link:https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/3398507254165480450
    Registration closes 24 hours before the scheduled training start time.
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Professional Growth Plan Points Available? Yes
    Target Audience: Individuals who are interested in creating social stories on the iPad.


    Creating Social Stories with iPad Apps: Engaging the Student

    Open or Closed: Open
    Description: This webinar will look at creating and using social stories as a means to increase engagement for students with significant needs.
    Date: Tuesday, December 13 (repeats in the morning)
    Time: 3:00-4:00 CST/4:00-5:00 EST
    Cost: FREE
    Format/Location: Go To Training
    Registration Link: https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/617870934822324482
    Registration closes 24 hours before the scheduled training start time.
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Professional Growth Plan Points Available? Yes
    Target Audience: Individuals who are interested in creating social stories on the iPad.



    2016-17 COMPLETED TRAININGS

     Extensions and Apps: Making a Chrome Road Map for Success

    Open or Closed: Open to participants of P-H-M Technovation 2016
    Description: Chrome and Chromebooks are rapidly becoming a standard item in the schools. Which extensions and apps should be added is always the question. This session will give the audience exposure to a variety of Chrome extensions and apps that can be used across the curriculum. Participants are encouraged to bring a device with Chrome access (and the ability to download). Throughout the session numerous opportunities will be given for participant exploration of extensions and apps.
    Participants will leave with a variety of resources that will allow their students to be successful learners.
    Date: Wednesday, July 20, 2016
    Time: 1:30-3:45 EST
    Registration Link: https://technovation.phmschools.org/
    Format/Location: Face to Face
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Professional Growth Plan Points Available? Yes


    The Student with Special Needs and eLearning Days: A Road Map for Success

    Open or Closed: Open to participants of P-H-M Technovation 2016
    Description: eLearning Days are rapidly replacing snow days. However, additional planning will be necessary for special education students….especially students in intense interventions classrooms. This presentation will look at resources for those students to participate fully during elearning days.
    Date: Thursday, July 21, 2016
    Time: 10:10-11:00 EST
    Registration Link: https://technovation.phmschools.org/
    Format/Location: Face to Face
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Professional Growth Plan Points Available? Yes


    I Can Do That on My Computer???

    Open or Closed: Open
    Description: This presentation will provide attendees with numerous ‘tips & tricks’ which can be performed on your computer for free.
    Date: Tuesday, August 30 (repeats in the afternoon and on November 29)
    Time: 8:00-9:00 CST/9:00-10:00 EST
    Registration Linkhttps://attendee.gototraining.com/r/252493325304521474
    Registration closes 24 hours prior to training.
    Cost: FREE
    Format/Location: Go To Training
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Professional Growth Plan Points Available? Yes
    Target Audience: Anyone interested in learning in learning some tips & tricks.


     I Can Do That on My Computer???

    Open or Closed: Open
    Description: This presentation will provide attendees with numerous ‘tips & tricks’ which can be performed on your computer for free.
    Date: Tuesday, August 30 (repeats in the morning and on November 29)
    Time: 2:00-3:00 CST/4:00-4:00 EST
    Registration Link:https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/7769896105853405186
    Registration closes 24 hours prior to training.
    Cost: FREE
    Format/Location: Go To Training
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Professional Growth Plan Points Available? Yes
    Target Audience: Anyone interested in learning in learning some tips & tricks.


    Apps for Multiple Means of Expression in the Early Elementary Grades

    Description: This webinar will look at some apps that students can use in the elementary level to demonstrate understanding of concepts.
    Date: Wednesday, August 31, 2016
    Time: 3:00-4:00 CST/4:00-5:00 EST
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Hosted by: PATINS Project, Indiana
    Register here: https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/9216045265693254402
    Registration closes 24 hours before the scheduled training start time


    The Dear Colleague Letter: A Discussion

    Open or Closed: Open
    Description: The Dear Colleague Letter of November 2015 from OSEP has some strong recommendations on standards for students with severe disabilities. Join this discussion to discuss these implications.
    Date: Wednesday, September 14 (repeats in the afternoon)
    Time: 8:00-8:30 CST/ 9:00-9:30 EST
    Registration Linkhttps://attendee.gototraining.com/r/5222355152087161346
    Registration closes 24 hours prior to training.
    Cost: FREE
    Format/Location: Go To Training
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Professional Growth Plan Points Available? Yes
    Target Audience: Anyone interested in discussing the Dear Colleague Letter.



    The Dear Colleague Letter: A Discussion 

    Open or Closed: Open
    Description: The Dear Colleague Letter of November 2015 from OSEP has some strong recommendations on standards for students with severe disabilities. Join this discussion to discuss these implications.
    Date: Wednesday, September 14 (repeats in the morning)
    Time: 3:00-3:30 CST/ 4:00-4:30 EST
    Registration Link: https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/4748567895097158658
    Registration closes 24 hours prior to training.
    Cost: FREE
    Format/Location: Go To Training
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Professional Growth Plan Points Available? Yes
    Target Audience: Anyone interested in discussing the Dear Colleague Letter



    Creating Social Stories with iPad Apps: Engaging the Student

    Description: This webinar will look at creating and using social stories as a means to increase engagement for students with significant needs.
    Date: Monday, September 19, 2016
    Time: 3:00-4:00 CST/4:00-5:00 EST
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Hosted by: PATINS Project, Indiana
    Register here: https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/6226119107026257410
    Registration closes 24 hours before the scheduled training start time.



    The Indiana Standards, Life Skills Classrooms and the Dear Colleague Letter: Living in Harmony

    Open or Closed: Open
    Description: This presentation will look at how to use grade level standards with students in Life Skills Classrooms.
    Date: Monday, September 26 (repeats in the afternoon and on October 10)
    Time: 8:00-9:00 CST/9:00-10:00 EST
    Registration Link:https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/1382375663265647106
    Registration closes 24 hours prior to training.
    Cost: FREE
    Format/Location: Go To Training
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Professional Growth Plan Points Available? Yes
    Target Audience: This presentation is meant for anyone desiring to learn ways to have students in Life Skills Classrooms working on grade level standards.


    The Indiana Standards, Life Skills Classrooms and the Dear Colleague Letter: Living in Harmony

    Open or Closed: Open
    Description: This presentation will look at how to use grade level standards with students in Life Skills Classrooms.
    Date: Monday, September 26 (repeats in the morning and on October 10)
    Time: 3:00-4:00 CST/4:00-5:00 EST
    Registration Linkhttps://attendee.gototraining.com/r/2188224227937159426
    Registration closes 24 hours prior to training.
    Cost: FREE
    Format/Location: Go To Training
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Professional Growth Plan Points Available? Yes
    Target Audience: This presentation is meant for anyone desiring to learn ways to have students in Life Skills Classrooms working on grade level standards.


     Navigating COMPASS

    Open or Closed: Open
    Description: This presentation by the Northwest Indiana Tobii-Dynavox Rep will introduce participants to the FREE Compass app. Participants will      learn how this AAC app can be used on iPads and Tablets to bring a voice to your students
    Date:Wednesday, September 28th
    Time: 12:30-3:00 CST/1:30-3:00 EST
     Registration Link: https://goo.gl/forms/2SCLNGFeTOQKKEnl1
     Cost: FREE
      Format/Location: PATINS NW OFFICE 2150 West 97th Place, Crown Point, IN
      Presenter: McKenzie Sauser, Tobii-Dynavox Rep serving NW Indiana
     Professional Growth Plan Points Available? YES
     Target Audience: SLP’s, AT Coordinators
      Notes: McKenzie requests that you download the Compass app (mytobiidynavox.com) prior to the training. And bring your device fully charged.

    The Indiana Standards, Life Skills Classrooms and the Dear Colleague Letter: Living in Harmony

    Open or Closed: Open
    Description: This presentation will look at how to use grade level standards with students in Life Skills Classrooms.
    Date: Monday, October 10 (repeats in the afternoon and on September 26)
    Time: 8:00-9:00 CST/9:00-10:00 EST
    Registration Link:https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/1281618616719617026
    Registration closes 24 hours prior to training.
    Cost: FREE
    Format/Location: Go To Training
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Professional Growth Plan Points Available? Yes
    Target Audience: This presentation is meant for anyone desiring to learn ways to have students in Life Skills Classrooms working on grade level standards.


    The Indiana Standards, Life Skills Classrooms and the Dear Colleague Letter: Living in Harmony

    Open or Closed: Open
    Description: This presentation will look at how to use grade level standards with students in Life Skills Classrooms.
    Date: Monday, October 10 (repeats in the morning and on September 26)
    Time: 3:00-4:00 CST/4:00-5:00 EST
    Registration Link:https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/2796405890701993730
    Registration closes 24 hours prior to training.
    Cost: FREE
    Format/Location: Go To Training
    Presenter: Jim Lambert, PATINS NW Facilitator
    Professional Growth Plan Points Available? Yes
    Target Audience: This presentation is meant for anyone desiring to learn ways to have students in Life Skills Classrooms working on grade level standards.

    Watch here for announcements of future trainings.


     

     

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    Please checkout this area to find timely information as it relates to AEM and Assistive Technology.

    Audio Books with Pictures
    Looking for audio books with pictures for younger children. Look no further! You can find a vast array of good quality audiobooks from Unite for Literacy. Besides having high quality pictures most of the books can be narrated in more than one language. Check out there great offerings!

    Accessible Educational Materials (AEM) and Early Childhood
    The National Center on Accessible Educational Materials has posted several Early Learning AEM Resources on their website. Check out this site to become familiar on how to bring AEM into the Early Learning classrooms

    Resource for Early Childhood and Assistive Technology
    The Pacer Center has opened a website dealing with birth to 5 year olds who might benefit from some form of Assistive Technology. Check out TIKES. The website contains videos, handouts, trainings and other resources to assist schools and early childhood providers in gaining a better understanding of what is available to birth to 5 year olds.

    Mobile Audio Description from Disney
    Every Pixar film is now accessible with Mobile Audio Description from Disney. Disney has updated their Movies Anywhere app that once installed, will listen and sync automatically with their films. The app is free and is designed for both iPhone and iPad. It does require iOS 7.0 or later.

    AEM Resources
    Needing information regarding AEM (Accessible Educational Materials? Browse the NEW National Center on Accessible Educational Materials website. It contains a wealth of information on AEM and ideas on how to successfully bring AEM into your schools. Of particular interest are the AEM Quick Starts that answers many of the questions that admininstrators, teachers, families and pre-service providers might have about AEM.

    Statewide Assessment Resource Guide and Toolkit Revised Summer 2014

    The Statewide Assessment Resource Guide and Toolkit: Participation Decisions and Use of Accommodations for Students with Disabilities was revised over the summer of 2014. This 37-page document is a valuable resource. 

    Special Education Resource Guide for the Indiana Academic Standards for English/Language Arts and Mathematics (2014)

    These Special Education Teacher Resources have been developed to provide equity and supporting materials to help educators successfully implement the Indiana Academic Standards for English/Language Arts (2014). Use of these resources is encouraged, however teachers and their instructional leader should decide which resources will work best in the school for their unique student populations. 

    Chromebooks and Accessibility

    FYI: the National Federation for the Blind challenged the use of Chromebooks in NH earlier this year:

    "Because use of the Chromebook technology and Google applications would discriminate against blind and print-disabled children by denying them equal access to educational programs, and because public schools must not deny students with disabilities the benefits of their programs and activities, those of your districts that choose to use Chromebooks will be violating federal law,specifically Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Thus, when a school district selects inaccessible technology and a blind student subsequently enrolls, it is too late and the district faces the costly and undesirable imperative of ridding itself of technology it may not use…

    …The use of Chromebooks in the classroom will have devastating effects on blind children. First and foremost, blind and deaf-blind students using Chromebooks cannot access any content in Braille through their refreshable Braille displays. Braille readers forced to use text-to-speech do not learn spelling and punctuation and are never truly literate. Moreover, blind students using Chromebooks cannot join their sighted peers in editing text using Google Docs. Blind students using a Chromebook cannot access otherwise accessible non-Google proprietary documents, such as Microsoft Word, Excel, or PowerPoint files. A blind student cannot use another tablet or laptop in place of the Chromebook because Google’s document repository application, Google Drive, as well as proprietary Google documents, are not accessible to blind students on other tablets or laptops. It can be seen that it is not a solution to buy Chromebooks for the sighted students and buy another tablet for the blind student, because the blind student will not be able to access Google Docs, Sheets, and the like on a PC or iOS tablet. Thus, a school district that buys Chromebooks will unnecessarily foist on blind students an education that is inferior to that which it will afford to sighted students."

    Kindle Books & Project Gutenberg

    Project Gutenberg has just started directly supporting Kindle-Compatible MOBI-format E-Books! (Also EPUB Format) In order to download any of these 29,000 free E-Books directly to your Kindle or other E-Book Reader download our Free

    Magic Catalog of Project Gutenberg E-Books

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    These E-books are file-format conversions of Project Gutenberg E-books to make them more directly usable on Kindle and other E-book Readers. These file-format conversions are either from PG HTML files, EPUB, or via GutenMark, in order to provide a more "book-like" experience on Kindle, including formatting, better punctuation, italics, and illustrations in some cases.

    Free Kindle Books offers these E-books (below) under the same identical terms as Project Gutenberg. We consider these to be "the same books" as Project Gutenberg, file-format-converted to run natively on Kindle and other MOBI and PRC compatible E-Book Readers. Please read the terms of use before downloading. Recently Project Gutenberg has started supporting MOBI file format directly on an "experimental" basis, although the existence of these files is not correctly reported if you search on the "PRC" file type. The Project Gutenberg file conversion process to MOBI is different than that used by this website, so sometimes the PG version may be better for your purposes, and sometimes the E-Books on this site. The Project Gutenberg site remains difficult to use directly from Kindle.

    Assistive Technology and Transition

    The Family Center on Technology and Disabilities has released a guide for families and professionals---Family Information Guide to Assistive Technology and Transition Planning. Presently there is a PDF version available http://www.fctd.info/show/fig_summary. HTML and Spanish versions will be released soon.

    QIAT Transition Guiding Document for AT and Transition

    QIAT has recently posted a Guiding Document for AT & Transition

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