Covering the State of Indiana with Assistive Technology

As the name implies, INDATA is a statewide service for Indiana.  While our offices are located at Easter Seals Crossroads in Indianapolis, we travel throughout Indiana to get people’s hands on assistive technology (AT).  We conduct many “Demo Days” each year, where Carol Girt, our Loan Library Specialist, travels to our regional sites and gives […]

AT Demo in New Albany

INDATA Project to Host Demo Day on Autism The INDATA Project at Easter Seals Crossroads is hosting a year-long series of free statewide “Demo Days” showcasing different assistive technology devices. This Demo Day will feature devices that assist people with autism and will take place Thursday, October 22, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Rauch, […]

Autism and Assistive Technology Training

According to Newsweek and CNN, 1 in 100 children will be affected by autism this year.  While the cause of autism is still unknown, there are many resources available for children and adults with autism as well as parents and caregivers. INDATA is providing a free training on assistive technology and autism on November 19 […]

Review: Macy’s User Assistance Tool

Last night, while I was working hard at online shopping, I visited the Web site for Macy’s Department Store.  At the bottom of their home page, it says “Visually Impaired Customers: Download Our New User Assistance Tool.”  I was not able to access it from the iPhone so I made note to check it out […]

Accessing the INDATA Loan Library

One of the most popular questions we receive at INDATA is “How do I get to the loan library?”  While the library is physically located at Easter Seals Crossroads, the information is stored on the online database. To access the loan library: 1.  Visit by typing the address in the address bar of your […]

INDATA Receives Award for Assistive Technology Video

INDATA recently received word that the video, “Connecting the Dots,” won the Organization Contribution award from the Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA).  All of the Like I Can videos were entered in the ATIA Youtube contest, where videos submitted contained information about assistive technology and various types of disabilities. “Nicholas’ Story” and “Tom’s Story” were […]