A little while ago, I wrote about a few available resources to help individuals with autism, anxiety, and more who are flying for the first time. Alaska Airlines has partnered with Infiniteach to create Fly for All. Fly for All is an app designed for “first time flyers, kids traveling alone as unaccompanied minors, or […]
Adaptive Tech Solutions is a therapist-owned and operated company that strives to provide adapted equipment for individuals with disabilities. Nearly all of the company’s products can be used with or without switches. One of their available products is Gears! Gears! Gears! which is a snap-and-pull light-up toy. By itself, Gears! Gears! Gears! is not an […]
Josh Anderson, Clinical Assistive Technology Manager, at Easterseals Crossroads shows us the Jabberwocky hands-free web browsing app, which allows a user to browse the internet using only head movement and speech. Check it out here: Click here for additional information on Jabberwocky.
You know those classic colorful toys where you stack rings on top of one another? Fat Brain Toys offers their own spin (pun intended!) of this classic toy in their SpinAgain toy! While playing with the SpinAgain toy, children will “drop the vibrant discs onto the threaded corkscrew pole and go ‘ooooh’ as they spin […]
Children of all ages love coloring! It’s become common even for adults to color (hence the recent trend of adult coloring books.) A very common way to unwind is to color; either with traditional crayons and paper, or on an app! The PicoToONS Colouring Book is a “unique creative colouring book crafted with love and […]
As an individual with muscular dystrophy, losing muscle mass is inevitable. As of late, I have gotten terrifically weaker. This makes it hard for me to hold my arms up to type, write, paint – really anything at a desk or table. The ErgoRest 330 Articulating Arm Support may be a possible solution for this […]