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  • Marketing Materials

    AT @ Work: What is YOUR Value to Business? Part 1 of 2 - July 16, 2009 (2009) -- Available formats: rtf mp3
    Joan Kester from the George Washington University conducted a presentation that provided information on the landscape of employment affecting people with disabilities and how to analyze the needs of employers in your area. During the webinar, participants had an opportunity to discuss strategies to expand their employer base and define their value to business.

    AT @ Work: What is YOUR Value to Business? Part 1 of 2 - July 16, 2009 Powerpoint (2009) -- Available formats: ppt
    Joan Kester from the George Washington University conducted a presentation that provided information on the landscape of employment affecting people with disabilities and how to analyze the needs of employers in your area. During the webinar, participants had an opportunity to discuss strategies to expand their employer base and define their value to business. This is the powerpoint of the presentation.

    Building Sustainable Business Partnerships – Part 2 of 2 - August 27, 2009 (2009) -- Available formats: rtf mp3
    Joan Kester from the George Washington University discussed the importance of building partnerships with employers and identify ways to refine your approach when contacting employers. In today’s climate, it is essential to view employers as customers and to paint a clear picture of what AT professionals offer business partners. During the webinar/teleconference, participants had the opportunity to discuss strategies to build sustainable partnerships, customize your approach, and work smarter—not harder by connecting with other organizations.

    Building Sustainable Business Partnerships – Part 2 of 2 - August 27, 2009 Powerpoint (2009) -- Available formats: ppt
    Joan Kester from the George Washington University discussed the importance of building partnerships with employers and identify ways to refine your approach when contacting employers. In today’s climate, it is essential to view employers as customers and to paint a clear picture of what AT professionals offer business partners. During the webinar/teleconference, participants had the opportunity to discuss strategies to build sustainable partnerships, customize your approach, and work smarter—not harder by connecting with other organizations. This is the powerpoint of the presentation.

  • Training Materials

    Access Series: Assistive Technology and the One Stops - Part 1 (2011) -- Available formats: ppt
    This power point was used to orient Department of Labor Disability Employment Initiative grantees about assistive technology and the services that AT Act Entities can provide.

    Access Series: AT and the One Stop, Part 2 (2011) -- Available formats: ppt
    This presentation provides DEI disability resource coordinators with strategies to use AT to help make the one-stop centers integrate accessibility into the center services.

    AT @ Work: What is YOUR Value to Business? Part 1 of 2 - July 16, 2009 (2009) -- Available formats: rtf mp3
    Joan Kester from the George Washington University conducted a presentation that provided information on the landscape of employment affecting people with disabilities and how to analyze the needs of employers in your area. During the webinar, participants had an opportunity to discuss strategies to expand their employer base and define their value to business.

  • Teleconferences

    Exploring Entrepreneurship National Webinar - April 27, 2011 (2011) -- Available formats: external
    Kathy Gilman, from the Washington Access Fund, presents this webinar to Telework Loan programs and interested parties. Designed for budding entrepreneurs, this webinar focuses on the beginnings of entrepreneurship and the basics of business planning.

    AT @ Work: What is YOUR Value to Business? Part 1 of 2 - July 16, 2009 Powerpoint (2009) -- Available formats: ppt
    Joan Kester from the George Washington University conducted a presentation that provided information on the landscape of employment affecting people with disabilities and how to analyze the needs of employers in your area. During the webinar, participants had an opportunity to discuss strategies to expand their employer base and define their value to business. This is the powerpoint of the presentation.

    Building Sustainable Business Partnerships – Part 2 of 2 - August 27, 2009 Powerpoint (2009) -- Available formats: ppt
    Joan Kester from the George Washington University discussed the importance of building partnerships with employers and identify ways to refine your approach when contacting employers. In today’s climate, it is essential to view employers as customers and to paint a clear picture of what AT professionals offer business partners. During the webinar/teleconference, participants had the opportunity to discuss strategies to build sustainable partnerships, customize your approach, and work smarter—not harder by connecting with other organizations. This is the powerpoint of the presentation.

    Review of FY 2008 Data from Statewide AT Programs and AFPs - September 10, 2009 - Powerpoint (2009) -- Available formats: ppt
    FY 2008 marked the first year in which we had comprehensive data about the performance of many programs under the AT Act. These data, along with information from the state plans of statewide AT programs, will be featured in the next report to Congress and provide a rich picture of the impact of AT Act programs. Jeremy Buzzell from RSA and Diane Golden from NISAT discussed the national data generated by Statewide AT Programs and AFPs in FY 2008.

    Review of FY 2008 Data from Statewide AT Programs and AFPs - September 10, 2009 - Webinar Transcript (2009) -- Available formats: rtf
    FY 2008 marked the first year in which we had comprehensive data about the performance of many programs under the AT Act. These data, along with information from the state plans of statewide AT programs, will be featured in the next report to Congress and provide a rich picture of the impact of AT Act programs. Jeremy Buzzell from RSA and Diane Golden from NISAT discussed the national data generated by Statewide AT Programs and AFPs in FY 2008.

  • Webinars

    Access Series: Assistive Technology and the One Stops - Part 1 (2011) -- Available formats: ppt
    This power point was used to orient Department of Labor Disability Employment Initiative grantees about assistive technology and the services that AT Act Entities can provide.

    Accessible Mobile Technologies (2011) -- Available formats:
    This presentation is a review of accessibility features of mobile technologies including the Android, iOS, and other mobil operating systems.

    Introducing the RESNA Catalyst Project New Website - Focus on AFP/Telework Resources - April 6, 2011 (2011) -- Available formats: word external
    The RESNA Catalyst Project rolls out its new Website (www.resnaprojects.org) via a series of two webinars. This Webinar highlights features of interest to financial loan programs. An external link goes to the archived webinar. Use CATWEB462011 as the recording ID, there is no Key required

    Introducing the RESNA Catalyst Project New Website - Focus on AFP/Telework Resources - Powerpoint (2011) -- Available formats: ppt
    This power point describes the key features of the RESNA Catalyst New website, with a focus on AFP and Telework resources.

    Real Economic Tour - Power points (2011) -- Available formats: ppt
    Johnette Hartnett, National Disability Institute, describes the real economic tour.

    Using Tax Benefits and Credits - IRS (2011) -- Available formats: ppt
    Several Tax credts are explained, including the earned income tax credit.

    Using Tax Benefits and Credits as a Catalyst for Economic Independence for People with Disabilities -Transcript for February 17, 2011 (2011) -- Available formats: rtf
    Johnette Hartnett, National Disability Institute; Don Dill, Internal Revenue Service; and Jackie Wilks-Weathers, Georgia Center for Financial Independence & Innovation discuss several tax services and initiatives that might benefit clients needing Assistive Technology.

    Welcome to the RESNA Catalyst Project New Website (2011) -- Available formats: word
    This document describes some of the features of the RESNA Catalyst new website.

    AT @ Work: What is YOUR Value to Business? Part 1 of 2 - July 16, 2009 (2009) -- Available formats: rtf mp3
    Joan Kester from the George Washington University conducted a presentation that provided information on the landscape of employment affecting people with disabilities and how to analyze the needs of employers in your area. During the webinar, participants had an opportunity to discuss strategies to expand their employer base and define their value to business.

    AT @ Work: What is YOUR Value to Business? Part 1 of 2 - July 16, 2009 Powerpoint (2009) -- Available formats: ppt
    Joan Kester from the George Washington University conducted a presentation that provided information on the landscape of employment affecting people with disabilities and how to analyze the needs of employers in your area. During the webinar, participants had an opportunity to discuss strategies to expand their employer base and define their value to business. This is the powerpoint of the presentation.

    Building Sustainable Business Partnerships – Part 2 of 2 - August 27, 2009 (2009) -- Available formats: rtf mp3
    Joan Kester from the George Washington University discussed the importance of building partnerships with employers and identify ways to refine your approach when contacting employers. In today’s climate, it is essential to view employers as customers and to paint a clear picture of what AT professionals offer business partners. During the webinar/teleconference, participants had the opportunity to discuss strategies to build sustainable partnerships, customize your approach, and work smarter—not harder by connecting with other organizations.

    Building Sustainable Business Partnerships – Part 2 of 2 - August 27, 2009 Powerpoint (2009) -- Available formats: ppt
    Joan Kester from the George Washington University discussed the importance of building partnerships with employers and identify ways to refine your approach when contacting employers. In today’s climate, it is essential to view employers as customers and to paint a clear picture of what AT professionals offer business partners. During the webinar/teleconference, participants had the opportunity to discuss strategies to build sustainable partnerships, customize your approach, and work smarter—not harder by connecting with other organizations. This is the powerpoint of the presentation.

    Review of FY 2008 Data from Statewide AT Programs and AFPs - September 10, 2009 - Powerpoint (2009) -- Available formats: ppt
    FY 2008 marked the first year in which we had comprehensive data about the performance of many programs under the AT Act. These data, along with information from the state plans of statewide AT programs, will be featured in the next report to Congress and provide a rich picture of the impact of AT Act programs. Jeremy Buzzell from RSA and Diane Golden from NISAT discussed the national data generated by Statewide AT Programs and AFPs in FY 2008.

    Review of FY 2008 Data from Statewide AT Programs and AFPs - September 10, 2009 - Webinar Transcript (2009) -- Available formats: rtf
    FY 2008 marked the first year in which we had comprehensive data about the performance of many programs under the AT Act. These data, along with information from the state plans of statewide AT programs, will be featured in the next report to Congress and provide a rich picture of the impact of AT Act programs. Jeremy Buzzell from RSA and Diane Golden from NISAT discussed the national data generated by Statewide AT Programs and AFPs in FY 2008.

    Review of FY 2008 Data from Statewide AT Programs and AFPs - September 10, 2009 Powerpoint (2009) -- Available formats: ppt
    This presentation looks at the FY 2008 data from the statewide AT programs and the AFPs. It shows data from state level and state leadership activities and includes data form the AFPs for FY 2008.

    Review of FY 2008 Data from Statewide AT Programs and AFPs - September 10, 2009 Webinar and Transcript (2009) -- Available formats: rtf external
    FY 2008 marked the first year in which we had comprehensive data about the performance of many programs under the AT Act. These data, along with information from the state plans of statewide AT programs, will be featured in the next report to Congress and provide a rich picture of the impact of AT Act programs. Jeremy Buzzell from RSA and Diane Golden from NISAT discussed the national data generated by Statewide AT Programs and AFPs in FY 2008.