For students with disabilities, AT can be necessary for providing access to the curriculum. #ATAwarenessDay
April 6th, 2022, is National Assistive Technology Awareness Day! To extend the celebration, each day this week AT3 Center is highlighting AT for different purposes.
In honor of World Autism Awareness Day, AT3 Center celebrates James, a young man with autism in Oklahoma, and his progress with technology for communication. #CelebrateDifferences #WAAD
According to the National MS Society, there are nearly a million people with multiple sclerosis (MS) in the United States. If you know someone impacted by MS, don’t forget your AT Act Program for assistance finding tools and strategies for living well.
Simple tools for independence can save thousands of dollars in healthcare.
This is an important story to share. While it may not be a “Long COVID” story, it is a sobering COVID impact story. Thank you to LATAN, the Louisiana Assistive Technology (AT) Act Program, for bringing Gerald to AT3 Center’s attention.
Did you know that every nine seconds someone in the United States acquires a brain injury? Over the last two years, however, that rate must be on the rise.
In honor of Developmental Disability Awareness month, here is a story highlighting the difference technology can make during the pandemic to keep spirits high. Thank you, DATI, the Delaware AT Act Program, for the permission to re-post.
Thank you, Connecticut Tech Act Project (the CT AT Act Program) for this informative story about the power of assistive technology (AT) to support independence and meeting life goals!
Puppies are popular this pandemic. Keeping up with them … well, there’s assistive technology (AT) for that.