Bob Segalman founded exactly the service he needed. Now thousands of Americans make phone calls independently and many more need to know they can.
Thanks so much to the Michigan Assistive Technology (AT) Program Blog for allowing us to re-post this just-in-time-for-summer AT advice!
Not all assistive technology (AT) success stories follow the simple fairy tale…
June is National Aphasia Awareness Month. Let’s #TalkAboutAphasia and #AAC!
In 2015, stress from recent health crises and triggers from childhood trauma culminated in a very scary experience–the panic attack in the parking lot of my doctor’s office.
A helpful orientation to the world of mobile communication technology used by the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community
Thanks to Melissa McKeon, MS, ORT/L, for this AT success story with Connecticut’s State AT Program
Objects on display are surprisingly novel, commercially-available or prototypes of new innovations, and they inadvertently pose some important questions.
Thanks to Shawna Hanson of MonTECH, the Montana state AT program, for this post about her foray into the wonderful world of custom printed gadgets!
George Hamilton, Oregon Statewide AT Program Advisory Council Member, considers the roots of his affection for Amazon’s Alexa