The PATINS Project is a state-wide technical assistance network “Promoting Achievement through Technology and INstruction for all Students.” They provide a range of support services for impacting both the organizational capacity and professional capabilities of Indiana’s local educational agencies in serving students with unique learning needs. These services include: Operation of the Indiana Center for […]
Volunteers are needed for a week long camp held at Butler University for kids with disabilities. The camp is for individuals 10-16 years of age who use augmentative and alternative communication devices or other assistive technology. Gadget Camp provides kids who use assistive technology the opportunity to participate in exciting activities like fishing, arts and […]
This year’s Indiana Vision Expo is brought to you by the Indiana Talking Book and Braille Library. It will focus on the world of art. In addition to displays by visually impaired artists and hands on demonstrations, our keynote speaker will be award winning blind artist John Bramblitt. The Expo will also feature our usual wide […]
The Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana (FCHHI) announced earlier this spring their current project to help increase accessibility. The FCHHI partnered with Rebuilding Together Indianapolis, Back Home in Indiana Alliance, Servants at Work, CICOA, Easter Seals Crossroads, and accessABILITY. This past year the National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA) awarded the FHCCI $100,000 in private […]
The INDATA Staff would like to wish everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving!
November 7-8 is the Veterans and Agriculture: Opportunities for Employment, Entrepreneurship and Enrichment at the Beck Agricultural Center at Purdue University. The Veterans and Agriculture workshop aims to help veterans with tips regarding agriculture and steps to successfully start and run a farm and an agribusiness venture. In addition, the workshop provides information on how […]