This July, the NJ and MO AT Act Programs (ATAC and MoAT) teamed to host their first AT Maker Roundtable, and already they’re hooked. Won’t you join them?
Assistive technology deserves to go viral on an accessible platform and TechOWL PA is working to make it happen.
There are many situations where moldable plastic can fix an expensive issue or create an on-the-spot solution.
Thank you, Elaine Morse, MSW, LICSW, for explaining some unintended consequences of face masks on the d/Deaf community and the challenges to sewing a solution.
Biking is Crew’s favorite part of physical therapy. “He loves it,” said his mother, Melissa. “For him, it’s playtime.”
Does your medical community need face shields? Here’s how to help.
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