Shelley Haven has spent more than 30 years helping individuals with physical, sensory and cognitive challenges unlock their potential with technology. She works as an independent assistive technology (AT) consultant with a focus on learning differences, ADHD and executive functioning. Haven serves families and schools throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, specializing in matching students with tools appropriate to their learning profile, tasks and instructional environments.
Previously, Haven directed AT resources and services for Stanford University’s Office of Accessible Education. She was also instrumental in establishing the Schwab Learning Center at Stanford, which provides enhanced services and resources for students with learning differences and ADHD.
As a volunteer for Parents Education Network (an Understood partner), Haven coordinates the technology section for PEN’s annual EdRev event in San Francisco. She has a degree in engineering and is RESNA-certified as an assistive technology professional (ATP) and as a rehabilitation engineering technologist (RET).