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Meghan has worked in the field of assistive technology and augmentative and alternative communication for more than a decade. Prior to joining PRC, Meghan served as Coordinator and Assistive Technology/AAC Specialist for PACER Center, a nationally-recognized assistive technology center that offers outreach services to clients and families across Minnesota. Meghan provided services and assistance to parents, clients, and professionals in a variety of assistive technology areas including augmentative and alternative communication.
In her role as AAC Specialist, Meghan worked with clients from birth through adulthood, with a variety of diagnoses. She provided education, consultations, trainings, workshops, and technical support to individuals that use communication devices, their families, and professionals. Meghan has presented at many state and national conferences including Closing the Gap, CSUN, ATIA, and MSHA on topics relating to literacy, language, visual supports, assistive technology, and augmentative communication from low-to-high tech.
Meghan holds her Associate of Applied Science degree as a Speech Language Pathology Assistant. Meghan brings her passion and dedication for helping others, and her knowledge of AAC and assistive technology to her role with PRC as a Regional Consultant for the state of Minnesota.