The South Carolina AT Program is getting ready to bring smiles to families and children with disabilities, one switch-adapted toy at a time!
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.
Someday posts like this one won’t be necessary because web accessibility guidelines will be built into every theme, template, and tool.
Thanks to the MassMATCH Community Blog for this story about the power of play.
Free AT webinars from around the Web, compiled by the Assistive Technology Coalition
Six changes made to AT3 Center News and Tips to improve readability for everyone, including individuals with disabilities and seniors.
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.