Hurricane season commenced June 1st. How do we prepare during the pandemic? If you’re a user of assistive technology (AT), consider these 9 tips
This guide is intended to help you get ready for a hospital visit during this pandemic, particularly if you or someone you care for has complex communication needs.
Here’s a way to visit family or friends this COVID-19 season without their having to do or know anything technical. Thank you, Jeannie Krull, of the North Dakota Assistive Technology (AT) Program (ND Assistive) for this deeper look.
Does your medical community need face shields? Here’s how to help.
Educators! You’re building the plane while flying it, we know. Here’s a starting place for keeping in mind your students with disabilities who use assistive technology to access the curriculum.
Steps, products, and resources to prevent infection, educate others and prepare for staying at home this COVID-19 season. Updated March 16.
Our hearts are with Puerto Rico and their AT Program (PRATP) today following last night’s 6.4 magnitude earthquake and aftershocks. In that spirit, here is timely advice adapted from a recent blog post by Courtney Ness Fuchs of ND Assistive and augmented by Amy Goldman of AT3 Center.
The hurricanes, floods, and fires endured in 2017 (and their aftermath) underscore the importance of having a plan that includes a person’s need for durable medical equipment and assistive technology.
Sage advice from Karen Langley, Executive Director of REquipment, Inc. a MassMATCH AT Program partner
This is where disability networks shine. While the needs are daunting, this collaboration–years in the making–is launching online portals for matching assistive technology and durable medical equipment (DME) needs with the inventories of DME “reuse” programs.