Gilormini, Bridget

Bridget Gilormini

Bridget Gilormini, Assistive Technology Specialist, is Director of PACER’s Simon Technology Center and Director of the Technology to Improve Kids’ Educational Success (TIKES) Project a five-year, federally funded project awarded in January 2013. She has an extensive background working with children with communication disorders, and currently provides assistance to families and professionals through a wide variety of community outreach in MInnesota. Her professional interests and specialty areas include early childhood, language, literacy, visual supports, and iOS technology. Bridget has a Master of Science in Teaching – Communication Disorders from the University of Wisconsin, River Falls.

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Title/Position: 

Director

Agency: 

PACER’s Simon Technology Center and Technology to Improve Kids’ Educational Success (TIKES) Project
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PACER’s Simon Technology Center
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Training/TA Provider/Consultant/Faculty

Primary Affiliation: 

Institute of Higher Education
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