30 Day Tech-Savvy Challenge

Do more with the tech you already have! Learn practical strategies, reduce stress and gain confidence to overcome barriers to success!

Benefit from my systemized plan to help you better manage your attention, improvide productivity and unleash more time to do what you enjoy!

“I love Joan’s unique approach that made a huge difference in my life after the first session! She gets you thinking differently about how you manage your time and empowers you to take ownership of how your digital devices can either hurt or help your day to day life. I’ve never been good at technology and needed someone to show me how to do things. Thank you so much! This was the most practical help I’ve ever had! Can’t wait to refer to her materials again and try my best to implement her suggestions.”


Transform your feelings of frustration and overwhelm into those of relief, control and success! Get help from someone whose mission is to help you figure it out!

Strategies, Checklists and Actionable Next Steps

Customized features & products you may not know exist

Maximize Focus, Time Management and Productivity

Learn at your own pace using a streamlined approach

The next 30-Day Tech Savvy Challenge will be starting soon!

This is For You if:

  • You’ve heard of the World of Google, but don’t know how to sign into Chrome and aren’t familiar with Chrome extensions or how to use Google products on your phone to help with organization and productivity.

  • You are eager to be shown how your digital devices and online resources can make it easier to read, write, and stay organized so it is easier to keep up everything you need to do. 

  • You are trying to promote independence, and accomplishment for yourself or someone you know (perhaps a family member or someone you help at work)  who struggles with ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia or executive functioning challenges.

  • You realize that you need someone else to streamline this process for you. It’s just too overwhelming and frustrating to move forward alone and you are motivated to invest your time and money to get the results you want.

  • You will take advantage of the resources and group as well as 1:1 support during the Challenge and plan to do your best to implement suggestions and reach out for help as needed when you hit stumbling blocks along the way.


Here’s What You Will Get:

  • Two personal strategy sessions with me (Joan Green) during the Challenge to help you prioritize attainable goals!

  • New content each week featuring my innovative streamlined system to help you speed up success using short targeted mini-courses.

  • Lessons that include a bit to read, step-by-step videos, the ability to interact with others taking the Challenge, checklists and note-taking guides to help you prioritize & implement learning objectives for the week.

  • Uniquely motivating content will help you learn new tips and tricks when it comes to managing email, digital decluttering, organizing online content with colorful searchable folders and bookmarks, and using a new mindset to help decrease distractions and maximize focus. Weekly suggestions will help you practice new skills and gain confidence.

  • Online group sessions using the Zoom video conferencing platform for screen sharing capability with me twice weekly to discuss the content, brainstorm solutions & advance your tech skills to the next level! The days and times will vary each week.

  • Access to a frequently updated library of mini-online video courses to view as you move forward in this challenge.

  • Suggestions for how to take a deeper dive into specific skill-sets of interest to you.

  • A certificate of completion!

More Details:

Space is limited to the first 10 individuals who register

The cost is $397.00/person

This Challenge will run from April 1, 2019-April 30, 2019


Technology’s purpose is to make life easier. I hope you’ll join me so that I can help you jumpstart your success!

“Always quality information from Joan Green. “Thank you.”

What is the course format and schedule?
  • After registration, you will be invited to complete a form to help me learn a bit more about you and your situation. We will begin to create your 30-day individualized Action Plan with attainable goals. 
  • Throughout the 30-days, you will receive emails with additional resources and laser-focused videos as well as additional content to promote learning.
  • Video-content will be rolled out during the course. If you fall behind, no worries. Once the videos are available to view, they will remain available during the remainder of the Challenge and for up to 2 weeks after the Challenge ends. 
  • Online brainstorming sessions will be available twice a week during the 30 days. It will be our time to talk as a group about successes as well as frustrations and to provide additional support of the information shared in the videos you watch during the week..  I will do my best to vary the times and days, realizing that we may be living in different time zones.
What will I learn?

By the end of this course, you will be on your way to using your computer and/or mobile devices (tablet and phone) to help with reading, writing, managing time, and staying organized. You will be much more aware of all that is available and will have taken a deep dive into a few of the features that are potentially appropriate solutions for your situation. Lessons will include immediately actionable items featuring skills you can start using on Day 1 to help with daily life. At the end of the 30 days, you will have a framework and knowledge of features, a set of new helpful habits and specific customized technologies for moving forward.

What resources will I need?

You need a fast reliable internet connection to access this course on a computer or mobile device and an average of 30 minutes a day or a few hours a week. No new content will be provided over the weekend so you can use that time to catch up and practice using new tech tools and strategies you learned during the week.  This mini-course is designed for individuals who have a basic knowledge of using a computer, downloading content from the internet, creating online accounts and reading online content. You certainly don’t have to be a computer expert. Participants will be asked to create a Google account, download the Chrome browser and configure settings of devices and apps in order to explore new resources using visual supports that are provided in the course. The most important requirement for this course is that you have the desire to learn new skills and time to explore.

Why should I take this course when the media is filled with stories on how technology can be harmful?
I agree that much harm can come from unrestricted access to online sites, social media and technology. I share the concern of many that when we use some technologies, we trade privacy for convenience. However, individuals with learning, language and cognitive challenges deserve to be exposed in a thoughtful manner to everyday assistive technologies and strategies that have the potential to benefit them in life-changing ways. Although it is not the focus of this course, I will provide some suggestions for promoting safe practices as well as resources for learning more on this topic.
How do I know if this is the right course for me?

I developed this course with parents, tutors, therapists and educators in mind, but it can be taken by all who want to learn more about using the features of their technologies to help with organization, productivity and managing attention. Many of us are digital immigrants. Digital technologies did not exist when we were younger and we may feel left behind as we observe the “digital natives” taking advantage of their devices that feel overwhelming to us. 

Will I be able to view all of the course at once to just find the resources I want to explore now?
No. This course is not meant to be used as a reference tool or online library of training tutorials. If you are clear about what you want to learn how to use now, it may be a better fit for you to search for an online video tutorial of that product or feature. This course was designed for parents and educators who want to be shown resources that they may not realize exist as well as strategies for implementation with support along the way. The online office hours  are live and additional content will be added as we further develop the scope of this course together. I will be producing the videos shorly before I distribute them so they are up to date and reflect appropriate content for the week. The benefit of the pre-recorded videos is that you can then view them and pause as needed. We all learn differently and I am trying my best to set you all up for success. 
Aren't schools and therapy clinics as well as vocational and rehabilitation centers already doing what is best?
Unfortunately, most individuals who have the potential to benefit the most from assistive technologies are never exposed to the tools that can help maximize independence and success. Funding and training in this area are scarce. This interactive online course is appropriate for family members as well as speech-language pathologists, special educators and other professionals who want help zeroing in quickly on strategies and products that may be used to help accelerate progress toward goals.
What if I can’t afford the registration fee?
If you would like to be considered for a scholarship, please send an email to me (Joan@innovativespeech.com) explaining your situation.
Do you offer CEUs or Certificates of Completion?
A Certificate of Completion will be provided at the end of the course, if all of the videos have been viewed, upon request. Professional CEUs are not available at this time. 
Who are you?

Hi! I’m Joan Green. If you want to learn more about me and what I do, check out my website, my LinkedIn page, and the Innovative Speech Therapy Facebook page.   I have written several books, speak nationally and provide a wide variety of unique therapy, coaching and training programs. I am the mother of 4 grown children, owner of a yellow lab and spaniel/ border collie rescue, and have a passion for learning how technology can improve the lives of people young and old with communication, cognitive, literacy and learning challenges.

Will these tools replace professional consultations?

My books and courses are aimed at making families and professionals aware of the many affordable resources that exist to help improve lives.  This Challenge and the books that I have written do not replace the training and judgment of speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, special educators and other related professionals.  

Frequently Asked Questions

This does not replace therapy and/or medical advice.