Many of us take drinking fountains for granted. What if suddenly you needed special equipment to make them work?
Kansas AT Specialist Sarah Knutson knew it was important to help Blake and his family obtain accessible transportation. What she didn’t anticipate was how the purchase would transform Blake.
Devices, gadgets, apps, and wearables to help manage stress and anxiety in all environments.
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.
Color Vision Deficiency (CVD) is the inability to distinguish between some colors and shades. Most people with this condition can identify some colors. Few people are totally “color blind.”
Free AT webinars from around the web, compiled by the Assistive Technology Coalition
Talk isn’t cheap if you need an eye-gaze device! The South Carolina AT Program gets help from the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation.
The hurricanes, floods, and fires endured in 2017 (and their aftermath) underscore the importance of having a plan that includes a person’s need for durable medical equipment and assistive technology.