Continuing Education Courses

Clinical excellence is one of THERAPY 2000’s core values. as a benefit of joining Therapy 2000, you have access to live and on-demand, high-quality, free CE courses all year long!

WEBINAR – Accessibility and Communication: Direct Access – Touch (Session 2 of 6; Session 1 required – see below for access to recording)

Wednesday, March 27, 2024   |    6:00 – 7:30 PM CST

This training is open to THERAPY 2000 / Green Apple Therapy therapists, as well as those outside of T2K/GAT!

CEU/CCU Hours: 1.5 CEUs approved by TSHA, TOTA, TPTA

Cost & Registration:

Note: This is Session 2 of 6. Session 1 is required prior to any of the following 2-6.

REGISTER HERE for Session 1 Recorded Webinar! (Therapists Outside of T2K/GAT – Only $25)

  • Session 3 – 5.15.24 – Eye Gaze
  • Session 4 – 7.24.24 – Switch Scanning
  • Session 5 – 9.11.24 – Partner Assisted Scanning
  • Session 6 – 11.6.24 – Movement & Positioning For Successful Access

Facilitator: Ashlyn Hudson, MOT, M.Ed

Ashlyn Hudson is a cheerleader at heart and a special educator and occupational therapist by training. She holds a M.Ed. from Texas Women’s University and a MOT from University of Texas Medical Branch. Throughout her career she has found passion in providing support for access and independence in the classroom, home and community while working with a wide range of individuals with diverse abilities and ages.


Individuals that utilize augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) systems may access these systems through a variety of access methods. The most common access method is a form of direct access, touch. Most of us utilize touch access daily with our personal phones and tablets but we may not be familiar with options available to support those with motor, vision, and sensory differences. This session will provide an in-depth look at touch access and the various settings and supports we can implement to increase accessibility and independence with communication systems.


Following this session, participants will be able to:

  • Identify 3 touch access options
  • Describe touch access supports to meet needs of patients with motor and sensory differences
  • Describe assessment process to determine if touch access is appropriate


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