In 2002, the Help Americans Vote Act (HAVA) established minimum standards for federal election administration, including updating and upgrading voting equipment. The expectation was the new equipment would allow individuals with disabilities to independently and privately mark, verify and cast their ballots. We are not yet there…
The first in our 3-part series! Learn what to expect from accessible voting systems and how to prepare for November.
Tips, resources and advice for voters with disabilities who run into difficulties at the polls.
To improve voting access, several states are now making available a method of voting at home with an accessible digital ballot that is not submitted electronically.
In support of National Disability Voter Registration Week, July 16-20, 2018, AT3 News and Tips is providing AT Tips for Voting! Thank you AAPD for providing content for this post.
Fluency devices (or apps) allow a user to hear their own speech with an altered pitch and a slight time delay. This creates a “choral speech effect” which has been shown to dramatically reduce stuttering.
Devices, gadgets, apps, and wearables to help manage stress and anxiety in all environments.
Color Vision Deficiency (CVD) is the inability to distinguish between some colors and shades. Most people with this condition can identify some colors. Few people are totally “color blind.”
Tips, tech, and strategies to consider for keeping on top of school and work tasks.
A school teacher acquired an injury to her vocal cords during a surgery and is not able to maintain a typical speech volume throughout the course of her day.