Your Google Toolkit

This self-paced course is available for you when you are ready and motivated to dive in! It’s loaded with practical content created to help you become more competent and confident using Google apps. Each of the 8 Chapters include lesson to help make life easier and  more efficient.

Registration will remain open until 12/31/21. 

By popular request, I’ve extended the date and all the videos, handouts and content will be available until 2/22/22. This is the 3rd iteration of this popular course.  

Is the world of Google Apps still somewhat of a mystery to you? Perhaps you’ve never taken the time to sit down and explore what it means to store documents “in the cloud”, create a Google Document, figure out how to get organized with Google Drive, or finally become more efficient managing your calendar and email.

Most of us do best when someone with experience provides a framework loaded with helpful strategies for breaking down an enormous amount of information into small manageable chunks. Each chapter includes lessons and suggestions for doable action steps with step-by-step visuals. Unlike many other Google courses and tutorials, I’ve placed an emphasis on including content about built-in accessibility features and techniques to helping people across the lifespan who have attention, reading, writing and memory challenges. 

Are you concerned that you will get stuck along the way and need extra individualized guidance? I’m here for you! There are plenty of opportunities as you take the course to reach out to me for email or online help and support.

Cost: $189.00


Take control of information overload and reduce stress

FREE webinar to learn 5 Strategies for Overcoming Digital Overwhelm

December 7th, 2021 from 1:00- 2:00 EST

Cost: Free

Part of knowing how to avoid the information overwhelm, reduce stress and manage our time and attention is learning more about how we can take the lead in controlling what comes our way!

Phone calls. Notifications. Emails. Facebook Posts.

Did you know that with just a few clicks of your mouse or taps on the screen that you can decide which calls actually ring on your phone, which Facebook Posts and emails appear in your inbox or social media feed, and which notifications you permit to disturb your focus?

Let’s take control of how we manage our devices in order to simplify life and avoid the angst that so many of us feel with the steady stream of information and disruption. By reducing digital clutter, we can set ourselves up for more balanced, productive and enjoyable life.

I hope you’ll join the webinar as I share practical strategies you can use right now using the tech tools you already have.

Cost: FREE


Automatic Audio to Text


January 5th, 2022 at 1:00-2:00 PM ET

The tech tools discussed in this session can be used to help capture spoken content and take notes in school or at work. I hope you’ll join to explore and compare,, Office 365’s transcription option, Meet Transcript and more.

Cost: $19.95 (special pricing available)


Inclusive Tech Features SLPS Need to Know

Join this free event, sponsored by the Speech & Hearing Discussion Group of Greater Washington, DC.

January 13th, 2022 at 7:00-9:30 PM ET

Cost: FREE

During our time together, Joan Green will highlight a range of digital features, resources and strategies that we can use to help the children and adults who seek our expertise. There are amazing built in features already included in our digital devices, browsers, apps and other tech tools to support accessibility and inclusion that many SLPs and families don’t realize exist. As SLPs, it’s important that we are aware of the many ways that technology can be used to improve communication, cognition, literacy, and executive functioning to help everyone live their best life.