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Monday Tech Tip: N-abler Trackball and Joystick Mouse Alternative

Brian Norton, Director of Assistive Technology, at Easterseals Crossroads shows us the N-abler Trackball and Joystick mouse alternatives, which are designed for computer users with with limited hand control, tremors, or poor hand-eye coordination. Check it out here: Click here for more information about N-abler mouse alternatives.

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Monday Tech Tip: Limitless Stylus

Brian Norton, Director of Assistive Technology, at Easterseals Crossroads shows us the Limitless Stylus, which is a stylus that can be used on a touch screen device for individuals who have dexterity limitations. Check it out here:   Click here for additional information about the Limitless Stylus.

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Monday Tech Tip: Supersense

Anna Leung, Assistive Technology Specialist, at Easterseals Crossroads shows up the Supersense app, which is a scanner app for individuals who are blind or visually impaired that uses AI to scan and read documents, barcodes, currency, books, etc… Check it out here: Click here for more information on Supersense.

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Monday Tech Tip: Beltone Tinnitus Calmer App

Anna Leung, Assistive Technology Specialist, at Easterseals Crossroads shows us the Tinnitus Calmer App, which is an app that uses new sound therapy to distract your brain from focusing on your tinnitus. Check it out here: Click here to learn more about the Beltone Tinnitus Calmer app.

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Consumer Highlight: Mason Metzger

Mason Metzger is a college student and has cerebral palsy. He uses a wheelchair and has minimal use of his hands and arms. He was struggling with computer access due to these limitations so he came to Easterseals Crossroads for an assistive technology evaluation. This evaluation assisted him in determining the best assistive technology to […]