Like so many other cities in America and across the globe, the COVID-19 pandemic left Indianapolis facing an unclear future. During the peak of this crisis, technology was our key to an increasingly closed-off world. To carve out a smooth path forward for Hoosiers of various backgrounds, The Indianapolis Public Library and Easterseals Crossroads are […]
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Relaying the Opportunity for Deaf Independence
From the telegraph to rotary phones to landlines, email and texting, our methods of communication have evolved a great deal over the decades. These changes have been vital for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Just ask Greg Gantt, who has experienced the impact of these technological advancements firsthand not only as a […]
Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day!
Today we take time to honor, reflect and celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr. We hope everyone is inspired by his remarkable life. On behalf of the INDATA Project, we extend our best wishes to you on this day of observation and hope you have a meaningful Martin Luther King Jr. Day!
A Perfect Dovetailing of INDATA and AgrAbility
Thanks to INDATA’s recently announced partnership with Indiana AgrAbility, Assistive Technology Technician Lisa Becker is embracing her childhood dreams more than ever before. Indiana AgrAbility is a USDA-sponsored program that assists farmers, ranchers and other agricultural workers with disabilities. Becker helps find and demonstrate assistive technology for these workers, whom she has deemed “the most […]
Raising the Voices of a Silent Epidemic
Out of all the national health awareness months, Brain Injury Awareness Month ranks among the most important, as misconceptions still surround the condition. “It’s hard to capture accurate statistics because so many people with brain injuries are undiagnosed or misdiagnosed,” said Wendy Waldman, president of the Brain Injury Association of Indiana (BIAI). “A brain injury […]
Easterseals Crossroads Paves the Way for WayFinder App
Easterseals Crossroads is helping develop the WayFinder app to revolutionize public transportation for Hoosiers with disabilities.