Indiana Assistive Technology Conference

WHAT: Statewide Assistive Technology Conference hosted by the INDATA Project at Easter Seals Crossroads WHEN: July 29 and 30, 2010 WHERE: Indiana Convention Center, 100 S Captiol Ave, Indianapolis IN Who should attend: Professionals in technology, students, parents, k-12 teachers and college professors, case managers, family advocates, Vocational Rehabilitation counselors, physicians, nurses, and others who […]

AT&T’s Services for People with Disabilities

AT&T, one of the largest telephone, internet and cable businesses in the world, has been adding disability information into their website to better serve their customers.  Here are a few interesting features from AT&T that you might not have known about: White and Yellow Pages on CD-ROM: For those who prefer an electronic version of […]

Indy Connect – Public Transportation Meetings

Indy Connect calls themselves “Central Indiana’s Transportation Initiative” because they are striving to provide useful public transportation for the city of Indianapolis. For some, driving a car is the preferred way to get around town. However, many people (probably more than you think) do not have that option because they either can’t afford it or […]

IRCIL Senior Technology Fair

WHAT: The Indianapolis Resource Center for Independent Living (IRCIL) Senior Technology Fair WHERE: Indianapolis Senior Center, 708 E. Michigan St., Indianapolis IN DATE: March 25, 2010 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. See the newest most innovative technology for legally blind and totally blind seniors Learn how IRCIL can help make your life more independent […]

Accessible Indiana Education Spotlight: Ball State University

As a follow-up to our November post Accessible Education in Indiana, INDATA wanted to recognize Ball State University.  Disability Friendly Colleges recently included Ball State in their list of 75 colleges to exceed beyond the American with Disabilities Act guidelines. Ball State earned this acknowledgement for its exceptional student disability services, which include accessible residential housing, adaptive […]