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Lisa Tebo

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Lisa Tebo
Assistant Professor
Department of Occupational Therapy
Clarkson Hall, Room 3209
59 Main St.
Potsdam, NY 13676

E-mail: ltebo@clarkson.edu
Phone: 315-268-4413
Fax: 315-268-7743

Education
OTD, Occupational Therapy, Thomas Jefferson University
M.Ed., Special Education with Concentration in Assistive Technology, Bowling Green State University
BS, Occupational Therapy, Colorado State University

Courses
OT 540: Professional Seminar A
OT 600: Engineering Occupational Performance During Transitions Across the Lifespan
OT 610: Engineering Health Through Creativity, Craft and Analysis of Occupation
OT 620: Engineering Pathways to Participation
OT 621: Development Across the Lifespan
OT 622: Assessing Occupational Performance
OT 527: Experiential Learning Lab 4: Professional Practice, Leadership, Management and Activism
OT 630: Engineering Pathway to Clinical Practice: Technology for Health-Related Quality of Life I
OT 640: Engineering Pathway to Clinical Practice: Technology for Health-Related Quality of Life II

Research Interests
-Effective strategies for assistive technology training
-Access to assistive technology in rural settings

Selected Publications
Tebo, L. (2015). A family-centered approach to assistive technology in early childhood: Online training module. In the Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI), Assistive Technology Internet Modules, www.atinternetmodules.org. Columbus, OH: OCALI.

Tebo, L. (2013). A resource guide to assistive technology for students with visual impairment. Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology Resources Bank. Available online at http://indicators.knowbility.org/docs/resourcebank/TEBO_VI_Resource_Guide.pdf.

Tebo, L. (2005). Implementing a comprehensive assistive technology program: Can I make this happen in my school district? Special Education Technology Practice, May/June 2005.

Recent Presentations
Tebo, L. (2016, February). Are learners getting what they need from your AT training? Presented at the Assistive Technology Industry Association National Conference, Orlando, FL.

Tebo, L. (2015, October). Smart home technology: Increasing independence and safety in the home environment. Presented at the Adirondack Assistive Technology Expo, Tupper Lake, NY.

Tebo, L. (2015, March). Technology: A roadmap for accessing the common core curriculum for students with disabilities. Presented at the New York State Committee on Special Education Chairperson’s Annual Conference, Lake Placid, NY.

Tebo, L. (2014, October). Using the Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology to build AT capacity. Presented at the Adirondack Assistive Technology Expo, Tupper Lake, NY.

Tebo, L. (2013, April). Promoting vocational independence through assistive technology. Presented at the New York State APSE Supported Employment Training Institute, Lake Placid, NY.

Tebo, L. (2012, November). Many heads are better than one: A multidisciplinary approach to assistive technology. Presented at the New York State Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Rochester, NY.

A Little More About Dr. Tebo
Dr. Tebo has been a pediatric occupational therapist for nearly 30 years. She has provided services to children in clinical settings, public education, and community programming. In addition, she has served as a consultant to numerous school districts and disability service agencies, providing professional development and training for staff, as well as guidance in program development. She has extensive experience providing both direct and consultative AT services to children and adults through public education and vocational rehabilitative programs. Dr. Tebo is the director of CU OT’s Assistive Technology Resource and Education Center.

Personally, Dr. Tebo and her husband enjoy living life to its fullest in the beautiful Adirondack Park, where they kayak, camp, snowshoe and hike. She enjoys following current events and is particularly interested in issues pertaining to social justice. Dr. Tebo and her husband have a daughter, Kelsey.

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