While looking back at when he started as Indiana AgrAbility’s rural rehabilitation specialist, Stephen J. Swain, ATP, let out a hearty laugh and said, “I really had no idea what I was getting into.” Swain has family members with disabilities, but the world of assistive technology (AT) and the language of accessibility was foreign to […]
Jim Rinehart, Assistive Technology Specialist, at Easterseals Crossroads shows us a barcode reading app called Digit-Eyes. Check it out here: Click here for more information about Digit-Eyes.
Looking for a fun timer for your child or student who doesn’t yet understand the length of time? Mouse Timer from LITALICO expresses the length of time using a cute little mouse gnawing on apples. Finding the right timing tool for students can be challenging. This is especially true for those with autism or others […]
Reading comprehension has always been one of my biggest challenges in school. When I began studying to become a special education teacher, I quickly learned it can be even harder to teach. Fortunately, there are several apps and products available to help teach or practice this skill. Before discussing the five resources, let’s first define reading […]
I first introduced Nike’s accessible shoe, FlyEase, nearly two years ago. Its design features groundbreaking shoe technology that grants independence to users with limited dexterity. This spring, Nike unleashed an updated, more accessible version of the shoe: LeBron Soldier 10 FlyEase. The original FlyEase design relied on a wrap-around zipper to fasten the shoe. It […]
Tracy Castillo, ReUse Technician, at Easterseals Crossroads shows us a device that will turn any PC into a touch screen. Check it out here: For additional information visit: air.bar