Learning at its best
Today's Bioengineers operate at the intersection of engineering, technology, medicine and science to produce tomorrow's inclusive technologies. There are over one billion people with disabilities or aging into disabilities worldwide. This number will double by 2050, creating exponential employment opportunities for professionals with advanced training in inclusive and assistive technologies.
The Department of Bioengineering offers undergraduate and graduate coursework focused on research, design and engineering of technology solutions for health, independence, engagement and participation for people of all abilities. Classroom education is paired with hands-on clinical, research and engineering opportunities.
The Center for Inclusive Design and Engineering (CIDE) offers an array of professional development opportunities for assistive technology (AT) service providers, schools, businesses, families, and anyone looking to expand their knowledge on AT solutions. We provide professional development in many formats including:
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Our training can be customized based on your needs and unique circumstances.
Presenter: Teri Engler Esq.
This presentation is designed to provide educators with an in-depth review of current legal requirements under the IDEA, Section 504 and the ADA, and the uniquely challenging legal issues relative to the use of assistive technology by children with disabilities. The statutory and regulatory framework for AT consideration, evaluation, and service delivery, as well as relevant administrative and judicial rulings on AT devices and services for IDEA- and Section 504-eligible students, will be highlighted. Practical suggestions for addressing a wide range of AT-related issues and improving procedures in schools will be provided.
Anschutz Medical CampusEducation 2 South, Room 1102