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'''The Details'''  
'''The Details'''  
When:
*When:
January 17th 11-4:30
January 17th 11-4:30
January 18th 9:30-4:00
January 18th 9:30-4:00


Where:
*Where:
Royal Caribe Hotel & Conference in Orlando, Florida
We will meet in the Antigua 1 room at the Royal Caribe Hotel & Conference in Orlando, Florida


Who:
*Who:
You, your AT Act Program team who provide direct service, other AT Professionals and subject matter experts (SMEs) from across the country in a variety of fields to help develop the AT & Aging Decision Tool (Algorithms) and AT & Dementia Decision Tool (Algorithms).
The Workshop participants include AT Professionals and subject matter experts (SMEs) from across the country in a variety of fields to help develop the AT & Aging Decision Tool (Algorithms) and AT & Dementia Decision Tool (Algorithms).
 
'''Agenda'''
*DAY ONE – Tuesday, January 17
**11:00 AM Welcome, Introductions, Vision & Goals for the AT Decision Tree/Algorithms
Carolyn Phillips, Georgia Tech (GT) | College of Design | AMAC | Tools for Life (TFL)
**11:45 AM Process for Developing the AT & Aging Decision Tree – Moving through the Workbook
Carolyn Phillips and Rachel Wilson, Georgia Tech | Tools for Life
**12:00 PM Group Activity: Begin with the End in Mind (Using Workbooks)
***Groups will be Designing:
# AT and Aging Solution Website or App for the Public - Facilitator: Danny Housley
# AT and Aging Solution Website or App the Public or Professionals - Facilitator: Maria Kelley
# AT and Aging Solution Website or App for Professionals - Facilitator: Rachel Wilson
# AT and Aging Solution Website or App for Professionals - Facilitator: Ben Saterfield
# National AT Resource Website for the Public - Facilitator: Martha Rust
# AT and Dementia Solution Website or App for the Public - Facilitator: Pat Saterfield
# AT and Dementia Solution Website or App for Professionals - Facilitator: Jennifer Ro
# AT and Dementia Solution Website or App for Public or Professionals - Facilitator: Leah Barid
 
**12:30 PM Working Lunch (lunch provided)
**2:30 PM Group Report Out of Concepts
**3:00 PM  Vetting Decision Tree/Algorithm (17 Catagories)
# Focus:  - Facilitator: Danny Housley
# Focus:  - Facilitator: Maria Kelley
# Focus:  - Facilitator: Rachel Wilson
# Focus:  - Facilitator: Ben Saterfield
# Focus:  - Facilitator: Martha Rust
# Focus:  - Facilitator: Pat Saterfield
# Focus:  - Facilitator: Jennifer Ro
# Focus:  - Facilitator: Leah Barid
***Consider:
* Are identified areas of need correct?
* Are they logical?
* What needs to be removed?
* What needs to be added?
 
**4:15 PM Review Plan for Day 2: Focus on AT & Dementia
** 4:30 PM Adjourn
   
   
We have researched several existing assessment tools and checklists that are currently available.  If you have access to any additional assessments, checklists, flowcharts and/or decision-making tools that would be helpful for us to review, please share if you can. We will be adding these to our reference guide of all these resources and will make those available prior to the meeting for participants to review. 
*DAY TWO – Wednesday, January 18
   
**9:00 AM Welcome, Introductions, Vision & Goals for the AT Decision Tree/Algorithms
We are excited about this opportunity to create innovative solutions with You that help so many folks and have far reaching positive outcomes!
Carolyn Phillips, Georgia Tech (GT) | College of Design | AMAC | Tools for Life (TFL)
   
 
If you are interested/available able to join us in this important Workshop, please, let me and Liz Persaud know by November 30th.
**9:30 AM Presentation: A Guided Discussion on AT and Dementia, Where Are We Now and Looking Forward
   
Walter Coffey, LeadingAge
Looking forward to collaborating with you on these important projects. Please, let me know if you have any questions.
**11:30 AM Group Activity: Building AT and Dementia Decision Trees/Algorithms
# Focus:  - Facilitator: Danny Housley
# Focus:  - Facilitator: Maria Kelley
# Focus: - Facilitator: Rachel Wilson
# Focus: - Facilitator: Ben Saterfield
# Focus:  - Facilitator: Martha Rust
# Focus: - Facilitator: Pat Saterfield
# Focus:  - Facilitator: Jennifer Ro
# Focus: - Facilitator: Leah Barid
***Consider:
* Are identified areas of need correct?
* Are they logical?
* What needs to be removed?
* What needs to be added?
 
**12:30 PM Break & Working Lunch (lunch provided)
**1:00 PM Group Activity: Continue Building/Creating
**2:30 PM Group Activity: Test Run on Profiles 
**3:00 PM Continue Discussion Sharing Resources
**3:30 PM Next Steps
**4:00 PM Adjourn
 
 
'''Resources'''
   
   
Thank you for considering this request to share your knowledge and wisdom!
We have researched several existing assessment tools and checklists that are currently available.  If you have access to any additional assessments, checklists, flowcharts and/or decision-making tools that would be helpful for us to review, please share if you can.

Revision as of 10:18, 12 January 2017

Thank you for agreeing to participate in the National AT Aging & Dementia Decision Tree/Algorithm Workshop, hosted by Tools for Life | Georgia Tech, in partnership with the Georgia Department of Aging Services (DAS) and CREATE. We are looking forward to working with you!

Goal:

  • The goal of this Workshop is to smart-source our awesome community of AT professionals to develop Decision Trees/Algorithms to expand knowledge of AT, AT strategies, resources and to identify "red flags" to ensure appropriate referrals. Ultimately, we want to assist everyone in finding appropriate Assistive Technology strategies and solutions for individuals who are aging and individuals with dementia.

The Details

  • When:

January 17th 11-4:30 January 18th 9:30-4:00

  • Where:

We will meet in the Antigua 1 room at the Royal Caribe Hotel & Conference in Orlando, Florida

  • Who:

The Workshop participants include AT Professionals and subject matter experts (SMEs) from across the country in a variety of fields to help develop the AT & Aging Decision Tool (Algorithms) and AT & Dementia Decision Tool (Algorithms).

Agenda

  • DAY ONE – Tuesday, January 17
    • 11:00 AM Welcome, Introductions, Vision & Goals for the AT Decision Tree/Algorithms

Carolyn Phillips, Georgia Tech (GT) | College of Design | AMAC | Tools for Life (TFL)

    • 11:45 AM Process for Developing the AT & Aging Decision Tree – Moving through the Workbook

Carolyn Phillips and Rachel Wilson, Georgia Tech | Tools for Life

    • 12:00 PM Group Activity: Begin with the End in Mind (Using Workbooks)
      • Groups will be Designing:
  1. AT and Aging Solution Website or App for the Public - Facilitator: Danny Housley
  2. AT and Aging Solution Website or App the Public or Professionals - Facilitator: Maria Kelley
  3. AT and Aging Solution Website or App for Professionals - Facilitator: Rachel Wilson
  4. AT and Aging Solution Website or App for Professionals - Facilitator: Ben Saterfield
  5. National AT Resource Website for the Public - Facilitator: Martha Rust
  6. AT and Dementia Solution Website or App for the Public - Facilitator: Pat Saterfield
  7. AT and Dementia Solution Website or App for Professionals - Facilitator: Jennifer Ro
  8. AT and Dementia Solution Website or App for Public or Professionals - Facilitator: Leah Barid
    • 12:30 PM Working Lunch (lunch provided)
    • 2:30 PM Group Report Out of Concepts
    • 3:00 PM Vetting Decision Tree/Algorithm (17 Catagories)
  1. Focus: - Facilitator: Danny Housley
  2. Focus: - Facilitator: Maria Kelley
  3. Focus: - Facilitator: Rachel Wilson
  4. Focus: - Facilitator: Ben Saterfield
  5. Focus: - Facilitator: Martha Rust
  6. Focus: - Facilitator: Pat Saterfield
  7. Focus: - Facilitator: Jennifer Ro
  8. Focus: - Facilitator: Leah Barid
      • Consider:
  • Are identified areas of need correct?
  • Are they logical?
  • What needs to be removed?
  • What needs to be added?
    • 4:15 PM Review Plan for Day 2: Focus on AT & Dementia
    • 4:30 PM Adjourn
  • DAY TWO – Wednesday, January 18
    • 9:00 AM Welcome, Introductions, Vision & Goals for the AT Decision Tree/Algorithms

Carolyn Phillips, Georgia Tech (GT) | College of Design | AMAC | Tools for Life (TFL)

    • 9:30 AM Presentation: A Guided Discussion on AT and Dementia, Where Are We Now and Looking Forward

Walter Coffey, LeadingAge

    • 11:30 AM Group Activity: Building AT and Dementia Decision Trees/Algorithms
  1. Focus: - Facilitator: Danny Housley
  2. Focus: - Facilitator: Maria Kelley
  3. Focus: - Facilitator: Rachel Wilson
  4. Focus: - Facilitator: Ben Saterfield
  5. Focus: - Facilitator: Martha Rust
  6. Focus: - Facilitator: Pat Saterfield
  7. Focus: - Facilitator: Jennifer Ro
  8. Focus: - Facilitator: Leah Barid
      • Consider:
  • Are identified areas of need correct?
  • Are they logical?
  • What needs to be removed?
  • What needs to be added?
    • 12:30 PM Break & Working Lunch (lunch provided)
    • 1:00 PM Group Activity: Continue Building/Creating
    • 2:30 PM Group Activity: Test Run on Profiles
    • 3:00 PM Continue Discussion Sharing Resources
    • 3:30 PM Next Steps
    • 4:00 PM Adjourn


Resources

We have researched several existing assessment tools and checklists that are currently available. If you have access to any additional assessments, checklists, flowcharts and/or decision-making tools that would be helpful for us to review, please share if you can.