Resources for Independent Living Programs Working Remotely Online
APRIL and Ability 360 came up with a Tip sheet on moving groups online
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Access Resources
When working with deaf people as co-workers, board members, partners, consumers, or more ensuring accessibility is needed if requested. Remember to always ask the deaf or hard of hearing person what they prefer in accommodations. Do not assume that CART or an interpreter is the preferred method. During this new remote working location know that there are options to ensure accessibility. Here are a few of the technologies that can be used.
Tips from Summit on how to create engaging youth programming virtually
An agreement for consumers who you may loan equipment too.
KAHOOT! online engagment tool
Kahoot! is a game-based learning platform, used as educational technology in schools and other educational institutions. Its learning games, "Kahoots", are user-generated multiple-choice quizzes that can be accessed via a web browser or the Kahoot app. https://kahoot.com/
Tips for using the Zoom Platforms
Facilitating Remotely with Zoom Meeting Software