Short-term device loans are an important service of the State and Territory AT Act Programs and often they are provided with deep knowledge of how the equipment works or can work for their intended user.
In recognition of World Braille Day, this story from the Washington Assistive Technology (AT) Act Program highlights what more people need to know: loaner equipment may be available should your own device fail!
Last year, Betty was looking for a TheraCycle 200 Forced Exercise Rehab Bike for her brother.
A unique partnership in South Dakota makes living at home possible for veterans with disabilities.
Thank you to Shannon Bozovsky at ND Assistive for this deep dive into the RAZ Memory Phone… just in time for Alzheimer’s Awareness Month!
Here’s an assistive technology success story perfect for both National Disability Employment Month and AAC Awareness Month. Many thanks to the Colorado AT Act Program, and congratulations to Eliane Kleingeld!
There’s nothing to lose with an AT device loan! What started as defeat for a pottery student in central Florida became a new opportunity with help from the Florida AT Act Program, FAAST.
Thank you to Jeannie Krull, Program Director of ND Assistive, for this enthusiastic dive into the wonderful world of action blocks and their AAC potential.
Thank you, Elaine Morse, MSW, LICSW, for collaborating on our post series about face mask communication challenges for the D/deaf community during COVID-19.
Thank you Courtney Ness Fuchs and ND Assistive for helping us understand an exciting new accessibility feature in both Android and iOS smartphone operating systems.