The Connecticut Tech Act Project (CTTAP) is getting ready for its annual conference with help from two virtual-presence robots!
Too often it’s all just technical. When it comes to Section 508, it’s easy to feel lost in the weeds. Enter AT users speaking for themselves.
The Jaco II attaches to a power wheelchair and makes simple daily activities possible: holding a fork or glass, picking up something from the floor, getting a snack from the fridge, whatever a person needs and wants to do.
Thanks to JoJo and the REquipment Blog for sharing his story on the power of equipment reuse to transform lives.
ABLE Tech’s ABC Program is providing adaptive baby equipment to parents with disabilities, free of charge, for as long as they need it!
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