Cognitopia Webinar: "Do it, Track it, Show it"

Last month we had our first webinar “Do it, Track it, Show it,” where Tom Keating spent the better part of an hour introducing attendees to the fundamentals of the Cognitopia Platform. He began with a general discussion on how the Cognitopia apps support self-determination, transition, and independent living and then moved into some of the core design features that facilitate both independent and shared/team use.

The webinar also covered how to create an account, make connections and build relationships, and use the Support Hub. Four apps were demoed within the tool:

  • (1) Routines for task analysis and video modeling,
  • (2) Goal Guide and (3) Do for goal management and goal tracking
  • (4) MyLife for IEP self-direction and sharing progress

We invite you to watch the recorded webinar in this video published on our YouTube channel:

And if you have an extra two minutes when you’re done, we’d love for any (and all) feedback on the webinar through this brief web survey.

Julie Henning

Julie Henning has been with Cognitopia since 2015. In that time, she has been involved in customer support, training, marketing, documentation, social media, and data collection. Some of her favorite projects have been mentoring our videographer intern, Nate, and weekly classroom testing and curriculum development for the many students in the 4J Connections Transition program. She works closely with Eugene-based SLLEA (Smart Living, Learning & Earning with Autism) to integrate Cognitopia’s self-management tools into the organization and structure design input and support platform implementation. Professionally, Julie has over twenty years’ experience working in engineering, technology, software development, and journalism; a path made possible with two degrees in Technical Communication: a BS from the Milwaukee School of Engineering and a MS from Colorado State University. A single mom of three high schoolers (grades 9, 10, and 11), Julie has introduced Cognitopia to terms such as “sick” and “yeet,” while overseeing the office coffee consumption. In her free time, she enjoys playing recreational soccer, improv comedy, and traveling.

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *