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.
Here’s a way to visit family or friends this COVID-19 season without their having to do or know anything technical. Thank you, Jeannie Krull, of the North Dakota Assistive Technology (AT) Program (ND Assistive) for this deeper look.
Thanks to Stacy Driscoll, Program Coordinator for the NH AT Program (ATinNH), for these tips for how to ensure your next Zoom meeting or webinar is accessible to all, including participants with disabilities.
Many thanks to Aimee Sterk of the Michigan Assistive Technology Program for this enthusiastic post espousing the benefits of bidets as assistive technology (re-posted with permission)!
7 tools and toys exhibited at the Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) expo (plus two that should have been there).
At the nexus of the Internet of Things, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI) is what Mallozzi terms “Smart AT.”
Inspired by her own experience, Rita Howells has joined a team of instructors who are blind to create free online trainings for individuals with vision impairments to master the iPhone and iPad.
Thank you to Rita Howells and the Illinois Assistive Technology Program for providing these home button accessibility insights.
Most states have an alternative financing program to help residents buy assistive technology (AT) and AT services. Jeff and Shelley Penick used Oklahoma’s for a very unique purchase.
Ten gadgets to help you stay safe, on time, and informed with a hearing impairment