Travel Series: Accessibility at Indianapolis International Airport

The holiday season is upon us and people are travelling by plane to see their loved ones now, more than during any other time of the year. Holiday travel can be a stressful experience for anyone, but for individuals with disabilities, it can be a near impossibility. Thankfully, efforts and accommodations are often made to […]

Google Voice App Available for iPhone

Apple has just released The Google Voice HTML 5 web app for the iPhone. Google Voice, which is also available for Blackberry and Android smart phones, is a program that gives people full control over the functions of their phones. The app can be operated without regard to your specific wireless carrier. While it is […]

Adaptive Aids for Cooking The Perfect Thanksgiving Dinner

Okay, so we may not have the exact recipe for cooking the perfect turkey, but we do have the inside scoop on several adaptive aids that will make cooking this year’s dinner a breeze. Locking Lid Stainless Steel Pot – This medium-sized pot has a lid that locks in place and allows a person to […]

Easter Seals Crossroads 2010 Holiday Ornament

Easter Seals Crossroads is proud to announce the 2010 Holiday Ornament featuring Hinkle Fieldhouse. ¬†This piece is the 21st in a series of limited edition, gold-on-brass ornaments featuring Indianapolis landmarks. Historic Hinkle Fieldhouse on Butler University’s campus has served the University and the community since its construction in 1928. ¬†Originally built as Butler Fieldhouse, it […]

Indiana Institute to Receive Almost $2.5 Million to Promote Education for Students with Disabilities

The Indiana Institute on Disability and Community has been awarded a five year grant of $2,465,600 from the U.S. Department of Education for model demonstration programs promoting the successful transition of students with intellectual disabilities into higher education. U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan announced the award of $10.9 million for 28 grants under two […]