MEd, OTR/L, ATP, FAOTA
AT Specialist, Trainer and Consultant
Judith is an occupational therapist and former elementary school teacher. She is certified as an assistive technology professional (ATP) by RESNA and was a founding member of the Loudoun County Public Schools Assistive Technology Team. Judith has provided direct services in schools for more than 44 years and is a nationally and internationally recognized speaker presenting on the topics of school-based occupational therapy, transition, literacy, and assistive technology. She has authored numerous articles, and chapters. She has been active in state and national occupational therapy associations. Currently, Judith represents AOTA on the National Joint Committee (NJC) for the Communication Needs of Persons with Severe Disabilities, is a Strand Advisor for ATIA, and serves on the editorial board of the Assistive Technology Outcomes and Benefits (ATOB) Journal.
Digital Print Plus MS Word Equals Access…a Winning Equation - Virtual TechKnowledgy 2013
Archived 50 Ways to Create Accessible Literacy Experiences with Everyday Technologies - Virtual TechKnowledgy 2015-2016
Archived See Me, Hear Me, Touch Me, Read Me: Adapting Books So They Can - Virtual TechKnowledgy 2020-2021