Recorded: February 7, 2019 – Strong Activities of Daily Living (ADL) skills are key to maximizing the function of individuals with disabilities enabling them to live more safely in their communities. Assistive Technology (AT) devices can be essential to achieve greater independence in activities of daily living — self-care and homemaking tasks.
Participants in this webinar learn about:
- The importance and impact of using AT for ADLs
- The variety of AT available to support people
- Maine resources and funding options
Chelsea Natale COTA/L is on the staff at Gallant Therapy Services in Augusta, Maine. She is a graduate of KVCC Occupational Therapy Assistant Program and has practice experience in using Assistive Technology with her clients.
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