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Today I am reviewing the iDex. This assistive technology device is no ordinary magnifier. It’s easy to use, lightweight, requires no batteries and contains so many options for optimal use. Let’s take a closer look, shall we?
Today we would like to introduce you to the President and Founder of the Indiana Deaf-Blind Association, Donald Aills. Donald is also on a Sub-Committee for the Mayor’s Advice Council on Disability, a member of the the American Association of the Deaf-Blind, and a member of the Indiana Deaf-Blind Task Force. INDATA: Are you from […]
If you have a physical disability and love to play basketball, this is one event you won’t want to miss! On Saturday, April 3, The Hartford, US Paralympics and the RHI Sports Program present this unique basketball clinic, featuring 6 US Wheelchair Basketball Team members. The event will take place at the Conseco Fieldhouse in […]
Riley Hospital for Children will soon be introducing a new type of therapy for its patients with Cerebral Palsy… robots! No, really. A Robotics Center is due to open sometime this year, with equipment geared toward retraining the brain and improve motor functions. This program will be utilizing robots for both upper-body and lower-body extremities. […]
Easter Seals Crossroads is one of 26 Microsoft Accessibility Resource Centers (MARC) in the United States, and the only one in Indiana. This center provides quarterly trainings on how to use the accessibility features built into Microsoft. These features were designed with consideration towards disabilities such as low vision, wrist injury, and hearing loss. The next training […]