According to Newsweek and CNN, 1 in 100 children will be affected by autism this year. While the cause of autism is still unknown, there are many resources available for children and adults with autism as well as parents and caregivers. INDATA is providing a free training on assistive technology and autism on November 19 […]
This past Saturday was the annual State Vision Expo, held at the Indiana State Library in downtown Indianapolis. According to their Web site, over 650 people attended this year’s event, making it the largest low-vision convention in the Midwest! Easter Seals Crossroads had a booth to inform individuals of INDATA’s services. Sara Croft, Education and […]
Training on Microsoft accessibility was held last friday at Easter Seals Crossroads. Carol Girt, loan library specialist for the INDATA project, conducted the training.
I am assuming that many of you have had to play a game in school where you were to construct an apparatus that would allow you to drop an egg from a certain height without it breaking. This game, appropriately coined “Egg Drop Soup,” was recently played at Easter Seals Crossroads as a group of […]