Throughout the year, Saved By Typing provides information about autism and Supported Typing-related events in the local Central Indiana region and across the country.
Events include those we hold or sponsor, such as our monthly Celebrations of Communication, online Typer Hangouts, periodic training workshops for typers and their families, coaches, and trainers, and SBT fundraisers.
We also provide information about a variety of national and regional autism-related programs, conferences, fundraisers, and family events for the ASD community. These include major autism and Supported Typing (aka Facilitated Communication) conferences and training workshops, Fun Runs, and Summer programs for the whole family.
On Saturday April 19, typers, their family, and other attendees showed up at Saved By Typing’s monthly Celebration of Communication in Colts blue to honor the event’s special guest, Joe Reitz, #76, offensive lineman for the Indianapolis Colts. Joe was an immediate hit with the often shy typers, many of them diehard Colts fans who…Read More
After a great first day of Saved By Typing’s Facilitated Communication Master Trainer Training Conference on Saturday, everyone was eager to get back to it for the second session on Sunday, where typers and facilitators could start to practice the principles they learned from Marilyn Chadwick, Harvey Lavoy and Tracy Thresher. After breaking up into…Read More
More than 80 typers, family members, and facilitators attended Saved By Typing’s first Training the Trainer Conference in Central Indiana on April 26 and 27, 2014. Training, which was supported by Syracuse University School of Education’s Institute on Communication and Inclusion (ICI,) was conducted by Master Trainers Marilyn Chadwick, Harvey Lavoy, and Tracy Thresher. The…Read More
On Saturday, March 15, Saved By Typing (SBT) hosted a Facilitated Communication training workshop as well as our monthly Celebration of Communication. What transpired was truly extraordinary and inspiring. The day started with Foundations for Success with Supported Typing, an introductory workshop the was attended by 35 people. The training session was hosted by SBT’s…Read More