Brian Norton shows us a neat, more efficient way to fill certain things out on the computer. Check it out!
The portability of technologies like smartphones, tablets, and laptops indubitably helps individuals with disabilities perform daily tasks such as communicating, surfing the Web, word processing and so much more. However, some individuals with mobility impairments have very limited use of their arms and hands making them unable to utilize the many features available on a […]
MyVoice Inc. designed RocketKeys, an application available now on the App Store. The app’s goal is to make communication accessible for everyone; individuals with Autism, ALS, Aphasia, Apraxia, Cerebral Palsy, MND, Parkinson’s Disease, Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury and more may benefit from this keyboard application. RocketKeys is a customizable talking keyboard for people with speech […]
Individuals with mild to severe tremors may often struggle performing tasks requiring fine motor skills such as eating. As a result, they may end up with food everywhere except their mouths. Today’s medicine offers many promises to such challenges, but some individuals may prefer to not take medication if it can be avoided; and those […]
The SMART Brailler is the long-awaited development of the Perkins Brailler from a low-technology classic to a high-technology learning and teaching device. Developed by Perkins Products and Product Development Technology (PDT) with support from the American Printing House for the Blind, the SMART Brailler opens the door to a new, more intuitive way for individuals, […]
The PATINS Project is a state-wide technical assistance network “Promoting Achievement through Technology and INstruction for all Students.” They provide a range of support services for impacting both the organizational capacity and professional capabilities of Indiana’s local educational agencies in serving students with unique learning needs. These services include: Operation of the Indiana Center for […]