In honor of Deaf Awareness Month, let’s remember that communication equity begins with asking a d/Deaf person how they prefer to communicate and making the effort to remove barriers, accommodate preferences, and avoid assumptions.
AT3 Center’s latest COVID-19 Issue Brief highlights the work of four A.T. Programs to end social isolation among seniors and persons with disabilities.
In recognition of National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month this A.T. Tip for #SevenTimes shares a tool created by Carol Zangari, Ph.D., CCC-SLP for working with persons with complex communication needs.
A.T. Programs help ensure a continuum of healthcare to seniors and persons with disabilities through the use of accessible telehealth technology.
Inaccessible COVID-19 websites and documents lock out the very users most at risk from the virus.
Learn how this new program identifies socially-isolated individuals and provides them with appropriate technology.
Assistive Technology (AT) Act programs in KS, OK, and SD have partnered with their state Medicaid agencies to retrieve, refurbish, and redistribute valuable DME, making it more accessible to all.
Today’s the day we celebrate and share how assistive technology makes a difference every day for most everyone.
Learn how Missouri is helping school districts make their AT budgets go further through its innovative AT Reimbursement Program.
Many of us want or need to age in place. North Dakota Assistive provides equipment to do so safely.
Free AT webinars from around the Web, compiled by the Assistive Technology Coalition.