The boundary between who is using, designing and making assistive technology (AT) has always been porous.
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!
Gleaned from the AT Makers’ Fair and a presentation by Joan Marcoux, Communication Access Specialist with the NH’s Dept of Health and Human Services
The AT maker movement took a decisive step forward last month when leaders came together to share projects and approaches and remind us all to keep thinking outside the marketplace!
This is a terrific opportunity to learn from AT maker-movement leaders and get hands-on (while earning CEUs)!
Tools to help communities mobilize AT maker-volunteers for children and adults with disabilities