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Video Modeling for Caregivers to Use with Children in the Home

Cindy Nankee, OTR/L, ATP

April 28, 2014

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Do you ever train parents/caregivers in the use of video modeling for self-care routines in the home?

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Yes. I present many workshops in the Midwest on video modeling. Often parents and caregivers will attend these events to learn how to use this intervention technique.  I have also offered to go out to homes to train these caregivers in the use of video modeling for self-care routines. I can train them in breaking down the steps of the activities, using the equipment and editing the final product.


cindy nankee

Cindy Nankee, OTR/L, ATP

Cindy has worked as a school based Occupational Therapist for 25+ years focusing on assistive technology early on in her career. For nine years she worked with the Wisconsin Assisive Technology Initiative (WATI) as an Assistive Technology Consultant and five years as the committee chairperson for the Wisconsin Assistive Technology Across the Lifespan Conference. Currently Cindy works as a private consultant providing assistive technology training, professional development and direct service. Cindy presents at local, state, national and international conferences on topics including Switch Accessibility, iPad learning, Video Self Modeling and Assistive technology for reading and writing.


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