Thank you to the Maryland AT Program (MDTAP) for permission to share their post on the just-released braille version of the popular card game UNO.
Adapt a battery-powered toy for a special child in your life. Here’s how to get started with choosing and hacking toys to be switch accessible.
The South Carolina AT Program is getting ready to bring smiles to families and children with disabilities, one switch-adapted toy at a time!
Free AT webinars from around the Web, compiled by the Assistive Technology Coalition
10 product types to consider for getting comfortable, avoiding pressure injury and reducing anxiety.
In celebration of AAC Awareness Month, here’s a wonderful post from the USSAAC SpeakUp blog by Lauren Enders, MA, CCC-SLP. She focuses on apps for making learning language fun.
Most of these tips correlate to one overarching principle: assistive technology as an extension of a person’s personal space, perhaps best understood as an extension of their body.