In recognition of World Braille Day, this story from the Washington Assistive Technology (AT) Act Program highlights what more people need to know: loaner equipment may be available should your own device fail!
After a cataract operation went wrong, an Arkansas resident reached out to ICAN (the AR AT Act Program) … and felt her luck begin to change.
Charles “Chuck” Webber is no stranger to tough situations. Over 23 years in the U.S. Air Force, he served as navigator on 60 missions during World War II.
Have a disability? Learn about working with assistive technology. In recognition of National Disability Employment Month and Blindness Awareness Month, AT3 Center shares this success story from the Illinois AT Act Program (IATP).
Inspired by her own experience, Rita Howells has joined a team of instructors who are blind to create free online trainings for individuals with vision impairments to master the iPhone and iPad.
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.”
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.
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.