In the event of a natural disaster or other emergency, a custom go-bag can make a big difference for a successful evacuation.
Thank you, Norm DeLisle, and the Maryland AT Act Program (MDATP) for this reflection and collection of resources for fidgeters everywhere.
Do you have a student who needs access to e-books (perhaps to both hear and see text), but does not qualify for Learning Ally or Bookshare?
Recent gifts for my mother inspire this unusual post.
Adapt a battery-powered toy for a special child in your life. Here’s how to get started with choosing and hacking toys to be switch accessible.
10 product types to consider for getting comfortable, avoiding pressure injury and reducing anxiety.
In celebration of AAC Awareness Month, here’s a wonderful post from the USSAAC SpeakUp blog by Lauren Enders, MA, CCC-SLP. She focuses on apps for making learning language fun.
I was diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) when I was entering sixth grade. One of the accommodations on my individualized education plan (IEP) was to have text read aloud. It helped tremendously.
From automated smart dispensers to talking bottle labels, here are 6 tools for remembering and managing your medication.
Thank you to Jen Mullins of the Michigan Assistive Technology (AT) Program for this reflection on the artist, her tools, and AT readily-available for painters with disabilities.