Designing and Implementing Technology-Based Interventions for Adults with Developmental Disabilities

Affordable devices such as tablets and smartphones are commonplace in the lives of many people. Researchers in the field of developmental disabilities have amassed a body of literature demonstrating the effectiveness of using such technology to teach a wide variety of skills in diverse settings. This workshop will offer a review of the literature on technology-based interventions and suggestions for designing and implementing interventions in community and vocational settings.

April 25, 2017

9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

UCP Seguin of Greater Chicago
7550 W. 183rd St.
Tinley Park, IL 60477
Phone: 630.705.8400



3 BCBA or QIDP CEUs are available

Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.  

Payment must be received by April 18, 2017.

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Continuing Education Workshop

LCSW, Psychologists, LCPC, RN, QIDP Credits

@ $50.00 ea.

No CEU Credits

@ $30.00 ea.

Dr. Jeffrey Chan
Ph. D., BCBA-D


 Dr. Jeff Chan is an Associate Professor in the Department of Special and Early Education at Northern Illinois University. His professional experiences include delivering intensive behavioral intervention for children with autism, working with students with severe developmental disabilities in elementary and secondary school settings, and supporting adults with developmental disabilities in employment settings. Dr. Chan's current research interests include using mobile technologies (iPods, tablet computers) to teach leisure skills to adults with developmental disabilities.