Jeanne Tuthill is an ASHA-certified Speech-Language Pathologist who has worked as an Assistive Technology Specialist since 2008. She works for the Collaborative for Educational Services in Northampton, MA and provides consultation, training and evaluation services to schools through the Western MA area. She has presented professional development courses on a variety of Assistive Technology topics and is a former Adjunct Faculty for the Simmons College Assistive Technology Graduate Program where she taught the Augmentative and Alternative Communication course.
Jeanne Tuthill has worked in a variety of settings as a certified and licensed Speech-Language Pathologist since 1998, and joined the CES Center for Assistive Technology and Training as an assistive technology specialist in 2008. She has presented on a variety of AT topics at both local and national conferences, and served as an instructor for a number of DESE statewide Assistive Technology courses. The field of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) allows Jeanne to combine her love for working with children and helping them develop their communication skills with her interest in computers and technology.
To learn more about CES Assistive Technology consulting, training, and evaluation services, visit collaborative.org/ccatt.