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Breaking Barriers: The Intersection of Coaching, Accessibility, and Assistive Technology, Part 1

April 8 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm


In our rapidly evolving world, the importance of accessibility cannot be overstated. Join us for an empowering two-part series where attendees will learn valuable insights and practical approaches to fostering accessibility and promoting a culture of inclusion. Using real-world examples, we will explore how coaching techniques can identify barriers and challenges to create actionable strategies for implementing accessible practices. Participants will have the opportunity to exchange insights, share experiences, and develop collaborative solutions. By the end of the series, attendees will emerge equipped with valuable knowledge and tangible strategies to advocate for accessibility.

Presenter: Kelly Kuehl, M.A., SLP-L, CPACC

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Kelly Kuehl, MA, SLP-L, CPACC brings over 18 years of dedicated experience supporting and advocating for inclusion. As a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP-L) and Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC), Kelly is committed to developing a deeper understanding of the multifaceted needs of individuals with diverse abilities.

Throughout her career, Kelly has championed an inclusive approach that bridges support systems including across home, school, vocational settings, and community involvement. She recognizes the importance of individualized support tailored to the unique motivations and aspirations of each person, fostering environments where individuals can thrive and reach their full potential.

Kelly’s passion for making a positive difference in the lives of others is evident in her compassionate approach and dedication to inclusion. Serving as board president of the Northwest Augmentative Communication Society (NWACS) and as a Foundation Trustee at Joya Child and Family Development Center, Kelly is actively involved in community advocacy efforts aimed at removing barriers for individuals with disabilities.

Kelly works at Providence St. Luke’s Medical Center in Spokane, WA. As Manager of Rehabilitation Services, she leads a dedicated team in providing comprehensive rehabilitation services to patients in an outpatient setting. In her free time, Kelly enjoys exploring the great outdoors, Oula dance fitness, and playing with her nephews. She is a dog mom and plant lover.


April 8
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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