Consumer Highlight: Harry Mize

Harry Mize was born in Indiana and lived in 7 different states throughout his childhood. He ended up back in Indiana for high school and graduated from Benton Central High School. After graduation, he went into the Army. He spent 4 years in the Army working as an Engineer. After the Army, he moved back to Indiana and […]

U-Lace No-Tie Laces

Many individuals with disabilities (may it be physical, cognitive, etc.) have a difficult time tying their shoes.  This is also true for many kiddos!  If you’re looking for a way to never have to tie your ordinary sneakers again, check out U-Lace No-Tie Laces. U-Lace No-Tie Laces were originally designed a decade ago “to make […]

#aphasiaawareness Month 

Two million people in the United States have lost some or all of their ability to use words. This impairment of language is called aphasia and it can affect the production or comprehension of speech and the ability to read or write. Aphasia is due to an injury to the brain and is most commonly from a stroke, but may also be from head […]

Store your meds on your phone with new PopGrip Stash!

Yesterday I wrote about a few different car phone mounts that are disability-friendly.  The mounts I have had the most luck with are ones requiring a PopGrip on the back of your phone.  The Popsocket company now offers a new type of convenient product: introducing the PopGrip Stash! Before diving into the details of the […]

AM377 – Pop-Tech Socket Car Mount for Phone

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Hey there! Welcome to Accessibility Minute, your weekly look at Assistive Technology, those clever tools and devices designed to help people who have difficulties with vision, mobility, hearing, or other special needs! For many individuals with muscular dystrophy, spinal cord injuries, and more – they often have poor […]