ATU200 – Wade Wingler is interviewed by Danny Wayne in This Special Celebration of 200 Episodes of Assistive Technology Update

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Happy 200th Episode of Assistive Technology Update!

Today, Danny Wayne Beemer, on-air personality, interviews Wade Wingler about the first 200 episodes of Assistive Technology Update

Links referenced in the show:

ATU008: John Williams interview,  http://buff.ly/1Cd2deM

ATU011: Mongolia’s Assistive Technology Pioneers,  http://buff.ly/1uif5tM

ATU050 – Bob Heil (part 1)  http://buff.ly/1Cd27nu

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DANNY WAYNE: Hi, this is Danny Wayne, program manager of the Low Vision Program at the Wabash Independent Living and Learning Center in Terre Haute

WADE WINGLER: Hi, this is Wade Wingler, I’m the director of assistive technology at Easter Seals Crossroads and the host of Assistive Technology Update, and I guess this is episode 200 of Assistive Technology Update.

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