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Faculty and Staff|Wyoming Institute for Disabilities

Wendy Alameda, B.A.


Phone: (307) 766-6187

Wendy Alameda serves as project coordinator and assistive technology specialist for Wyoming Assistive Technology Resources (WATR), Wyoming AgrAbility, and the Wyoming Deaf-Blind Equipment Distribution programs.

For WATR, Wendy coordinates device inventory and loans, and provides training, technical assistance and information. Wendy also provides assistive technology expertise to the Wyoming AgrAbility program. She is the statewide coordinator for evaluating and implementing appropriate assistive technology devices to meet the communication needs of Wyoming individuals who are deaf-blind.

Wendy graduated from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor of Arts in elementary education, and is looking forward to completing graduate work. Wendy has teaching endorsements in middle school and English as a second language. She has over 13 years of experience in teaching and in-depth knowledge with assistive technology.


Alameda, W., Caylor, J., Hubert, S., Haney, J., Bullinger, C., Simon, D., Fischer, S., Aumiller, T. (2014, October) Communities of Practice in Transition (CoP-T): Recommendations for making transitions in school easier. MEGA. Laramie, WY.

Alameda, W., (2014, October) Appy Hour: Learn about the many applications available for education, independent living and employment. MEGA. Laramie, WY.

Weigel, R., Alameda, W. (2014, October) Assistive Technology for Agriculture and Daily Living. Living With Chronic Illness: More Life, Less Limits. Cody, WY.

Alameda, W., Caylor, J., Chatfield, S., Bullinger, C. (2014, August) Community of Practice: Best Practice Recommendations for Early Child Transitions. Cowboy State Early Childhood Conference. Casper, WY.

Alameda, W., Chatfield, S., Bullinger, C. (2014, September) Early Childhood Transition. School Improvement Conference. Cheyenne, WY.

Alameda, W., Chatfield, S., Buchanan, K. (2014, June) Early Childhood Transition. Wyoming Leadership Conference. Riverton, WY.

Harris, J.P., Alameda, W. (2014, June). Mobile Technologies Presentation. Wyoming Council for the Blind. Casper, WY.

Harris, J.P., Alameda, W. (2014, March). Mobile Technologies Presentation. LCSD#1. Cheyenne, WY.

Regan, D., Alameda, W., & Harris, J. (2013, October). iPads, iPods, & iPhones: “Who Has the App Factor?” Mega Conference. Laramie, WY.

Weigel, R., Alameda, W. (2013, September). Assistive Technology for the Ranch & Farm. University of Wyoming. Laramie, WY.

Alameda, W., Locke, B. (2013, August). AT Use in Early Childhood, Includes Kindergarten!! 4th Annual Wyoming Native American Education Conference. Riverton, WY.

Regan, D., Alameda, W., Locke, B. (2013, June) The App Factor, Season 1: “Who Has the App Factor?” Wyoming Leadership Conference. Lander, WY

Goldman, Amy S. & Alameda, W. (2013, February). A New Resource for People who are Deaf-Blind. Assistive Technology Industry Association Conference. Orlando, FL.

Regan, D., & Alameda, W. (2013, March). Augmentative and Alternative Communication and Assistive Technology. Presented at EXCEL Pre-school, Saratoga, WY.

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