Sometimes just going places isn’t enough. Take going to the grocery store, for example. The whole point is bringing back stuff, often more than can fit on your lap.
At the back of the exposition hall, 3D printers hummed, corrugated plastic was folded and taped, and soldering irons lent a whiff of molten alloy to the air.
Free AT webinars from around the web, compiled by the Accessible Technology Coalition.
Thank you, Oklahoma ABLE Tech (OK’s State AT Program) for this AT Tip for Employment!
Thanks to Melissa McKeon, MS, ORT/L, for this AT success story with Connecticut’s State AT Program
Objects on display are surprisingly novel, commercially-available or prototypes of new innovations, and they inadvertently pose some important questions.
Mark your calendar! Spend the day learning all about AT making from maker thought-leaders at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH