GE Smart Microwave Oven with Alexa

Did you know GE offers an assortment of ADA-compliant appliances, from dishwashers to warming drawers?  The company’s newest addition is arguably one of their most accessible appliances yet: the GE Smart Microwave Oven with Alexa. Yes, you heard that right: there is a countertop microwave now available with Alexa voice control!  I’ve written about Amazon Echo […]

5 Smart Plug Options for Your Home

I have written about several smart home appliances over the years.  While a lot of the technologies I write about can quickly become old news or outdated, anything related to smart home devices remains valid.  If you are wanting to turn your standard lamp or appliance into a smart device, one easy way to do […]

Constant Therapy: A Mobile Solution for Brain Rehabilitation

The Constant Therapy app is a virtual clinic, leading users through a digital door toward more than 100,000 speech, language and cognitive exercises. Created by the Learning Corp and built by an expert team of neuroscientists and clinicians at Boston University, this award-winning app was developed with the goal of helping people with learning disabilities […]

Stuttering Reduced with SmallTalk

The SmallTalk DAF/FAF device by Casa Futura Technologies helps control stuttering and Parkinson’s speech. For people with a stuttering disability, it can immediately reduce the stutter while also training you to no longer need the device. It’s a revolutionary product helping those suffering all across the world. It’s the world’s smallest DAF/FAF anti-stuttering device, and […]

Exploring Intag: The World’s Only Global Speech Interface

For those with repetitive strain injuries, limited or no hand use, difficulty memorizing commands or little time to train on more difficult speech control software, the new Intag Speech Interface is priceless. By breaking down the barriers of accessibility online, this easy-to-use interface allows users to control more applications, programs and surf the internet like […]

Gaining Independence through the Internet of Things

INDATA specializes in connecting people with disabilities to assistive technology that can improve their lifestyle and increase their independence. Next week’s free, full-day training session on Friday, August 31 will go one step further by showing how this technology can connect to the world around them. The upcoming training session will introduce attendees to the […]