INARF Conference March 10-12

This year’s INARF Conference is titled INARF 2.0: Intellectual Stimulus Package. The event will be held at the Sheraton Indianapolis Hotel and Suites from March 10-12, and 29 exhibitors will be present. Participants can expect to network with over 500 of their peers, increase their knowledge through various education sessions, and learn about products and […]

Product Review: VictorReader Stream

The VictorReader Stream is a portable DAISY player about the size of a pack of playing cards.  It has an SD card for storing books, files, music, voice recordings, and podcasts.  You can download your books and MP3s or transport them via USB.  The Stream is completely voice-guided for the visually impaired. Sounds great!  Let’s […]

ICAN Provides Service Dogs Trained by Prisoners

This Indiana organization provides service dogs to people with disabilities.  What makes it unique from other service animal programs is the fact that these dogs are trained by people in correctional facilities. ICAN, which stands for Indiana Canine Assistant Network, was formed in 2001 by Sally Irvin, Ph.D.  Each dog undergoes a two year training […]

Free AAC Workshop in Noblesville

What: Vanguard/Vantage with Unity Training offered by Prentke Romich Company (PRC) When: March 19, 2010, from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm Where: Tri-County Education Center, 599 South Harbour Drive, Noblesville, IN 46062 Why: This hands-on workshop will focus on Unity software such as Vantage, Vantage Lite, Vanguard, and ECO for PRC communication devices.  Participants will be […]

Assistive Technology and Cerebral Palsy Training, February 19

The INDATA Project sponsored an Assistive Technology and Cerebral Palsy Training on February 19.  This event was an open invitation to anyone wanting to know more about the available resources surrounding Cerebral Palsy. Not only was the event well attended with over 60 guests, but we also tested our fancy camera equipment and produced a […]