- Outreach Specialist:
- Jenny Wheeler, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jenny has worked in the field of visual impairment for 20 years as a paraprofessional, braille transcriber, TVI, COMS, and AT specialist. She has served the Arizona AER chapter for more than 10 years as a board member, treasurer, vice president, president, and past president. For the past year, it has been her privilege to work with professionals throughout Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah as the CATT Southwest regional director. Jenny has a special interest in providing individualized technology education to children who have visual impairments and multiple disabilities, and in working with innovative schools and organizations to promote their technological and academic success. She is thrilled to join the APH team as the Southwest regional outreach specialist and so thankful for the continued opportunity to work with them and professionals across the Southwest to bring training and support to their educational professionals and administrators.
Southwest Center for Assistive Technology Training (CATT-SW), Southwest Center for Assistive Technology Training (seeitourway.org)
The regional Center for Assistive Technology Training – Southwest (CATT or CATT-Southwest) program is a collaboration between Foundation for Blind Children (FBC), American Printing House for the Blind (APH) and Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind (AIDB). Together, we are committed to empowering individuals with visual impairments through cutting-edge assistive technology training. Experience the impact of our united expertise at CATT.
Our mission is to provide assistive technology training as well as access to assistive technology products to students, educators, service providers, parents, administrators and other community members.
APH fills the gaps in access to assistive technology options. FBC’s CATT team will provide training and other support.