Thank you, Norm DeLisle, and the Maryland AT Act Program (MDATP) for this reflection and collection of resources for fidgeters everywhere.
As Hurricane Harvey inflicts unprecedented damage on Texas and Louisiana, the national network of State Assistive Technology Programs stands on alert to help individuals with disabilities obtain the durable medical equipment (DME) and AT they need.
Glue guns? Outdated. Soldering? Often unnecessary. If AT makers are “disrupters” to the AT industry, Therese Willkomm is also the disrupter to your AT making
Free AT webinars from around the web, compiled by the Accessible Technology Coalition. Usually a quiet month, this August has 11 free webinars!
NextFab members and others assembled devices called LipSyncs: innovative, open-source, sip-and-puff joysticks developed by the Neil Squire Society and funded by the Google Foundation.
Thanks to John Brandt at MaineCITE for this post on Microsoft’s Seeing AI app for persons with visual impairments. The app is free and part of an ongoing research effort.
Thanks to Oklahoma ABLE Tech for this AT Tip for Employment! AT Tips are posted as an adaptable resource for state programs and may be localized and shared.
The Assistive Technology (AT) Maker Movement has arrived! How might we use it? …
John Schimmel, co-founder of DIYability, shows how the future of Maker culture includes makers with disabilities designing for themselves…
Free AT webinars from around the web, compiled by the Accessible Technology Coalition. This month features ten webinars with a focus on adults and all ages, while teachers get a break.
MIT hosted its fourth-annual ATHack-a-thon this spring at their Beaver Works makerspace facility in Cambridge Massachusetts. The event gives MIT students one day to create a prototype solution …