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*<b>Tools for Life Assistive Technology Innovation Award</b>
 
*<b>Tools for Life Assistive Technology Innovation Award</b>
 
**Helen Upshaw, Cobb County School System - [[Media:2015_IDEAS_Tools_for_Life_AT_Innovation_Award_Helen_Upshaw_Cobb_County.pdf | View Press Release]]
 
**Helen Upshaw, Cobb County School System - [[Media:2015_IDEAS_Tools_for_Life_AT_Innovation_Award_Helen_Upshaw_Cobb_County.pdf | View Press Release]]
 
 
**Joyce Pufnock, Cherokee County School System
 
**Joyce Pufnock, Cherokee County School System
 
 
**Kristen Murray, Jenkins County School System
 
**Kristen Murray, Jenkins County School System
 
 
**Melanie Leyva-Abad, Gwinnett County School System
 
**Melanie Leyva-Abad, Gwinnett County School System
 
 
**Rachel Pritchard, Bulloch County School System
 
**Rachel Pritchard, Bulloch County School System
  

Revision as of 16:26, 20 April 2016

AT Award Categories

  • The Naomi Walker “Catalyst for Positive Change” Award
  • The Melinda Quinn “Squeaky Wheel” Award
  • Excellence in AT Service Delivery Team Award
  • Tools for Life Visionary Award
  • Tools for Life Innovative Design Award
  • Tools for Life Emerging Leader Award

2016 Award Winners

  • To be announced.

2015 Award Winners

  • Tools for Life Assistive Technology Innovation Award
    • Helen Upshaw, Cobb County School System - View Press Release
    • Joyce Pufnock, Cherokee County School System
    • Kristen Murray, Jenkins County School System
    • Melanie Leyva-Abad, Gwinnett County School System
    • Rachel Pritchard, Bulloch County School System
  • Tools for Life Leadership Award
    • Aimee Copeland, student and advocate
    • Trey Quinn, student and advocate
  • Tools for Life Assistive Technology Visionary Award
    • Juanita Pritchard
    • Susan Murray, Columbia County Schools

2014 Award Winners

  • Tools for Life Assistive Technology Innovation Award
    • Amanda Inman, Paulding County School System
    • Cinda Johnson, Seattle University
    • Dave L. Edyburn, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
    • Jessie Moreau, Gwinnett County School System
    • Pat Kent, Douglas County School System
  • Tools for Life Excellence in Assistive Technology Award
    • Ware County's Assistive Technology Team
  • Tools for Life Leadership Award
    • Aimee Copeland, Assistive Technology and Disability Advocate
    • Linea Johnson, Harborview Medical Center and Disability Advocate - Seattle, WA