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.
The pandemic is continuing to have an effect on gadgets.
I purchased a UV sanitizing bag. There’s no way to know if it works.
The use of germicidal lamps has been receiving considerable attention over the last several months as a precaution against the spread of Covid-19.
When school buildings closed in mid-March due to COVID-19, I joined the ranks of Connecticut’s educators, therapists and AT providers who were forced to find creative, alternative ways to provide direct services.
Finding a readily-available solution to communicating while d/Deaf during the pandemic is proving a tad maddening.
If your organization is considering providing remote AAC assessments or is acknowledging a pressing need to determine who might benefit, read on!
Thousands of Americans never dreamed they’d have to change how they mourn. Here’s some advice and, perhaps, solace based on my own pandemic-driven experience.