Not all assistive technology (AT) success stories follow the simple fairy tale…
Kansas AT Specialist Sarah Knutson knew it was important to help Blake and his family obtain accessible transportation. What she didn’t anticipate was how the purchase would transform Blake.
Talk isn’t cheap if you need an eye-gaze device! The South Carolina AT Program gets help from the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation.
“Maria” came into the Bridge Mobility Center, a community partner of WATAP, looking for a pediatric stroller for Eduardo, who has cerebral palsy and had outgrown his infant stroller.
Tools to help communities mobilize AT maker-volunteers for children and adults with disabilities
Sage advice from Karen Langley, Executive Director of REquipment, Inc. a MassMATCH AT Program partner
Sometimes just going places isn’t enough. Take going to the grocery store, for example. The whole point is bringing back stuff, often more than can fit on your lap.