This is Wikipedia‘s definition of assistive technology: Assistive technology (AT) is a generic term that includes assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities and includes the process used in selecting, locating, and using them. This is true, right? Yes, but AT goes so much further than that! While working at Easter Seals Crossroads, we […]
This past Saturday was the annual State Vision Expo, held at the Indiana State Library in downtown Indianapolis. According to their Web site, over 650 people attended this year’s event, making it the largest low-vision convention in the Midwest! Easter Seals Crossroads had a booth to inform individuals of INDATA’s services. Sara Croft, Education and […]
Training on Microsoft accessibility was held last friday at Easter Seals Crossroads. Carol Girt, loan library specialist for the INDATA project, conducted the training.
I am assuming that many of you have had to play a game in school where you were to construct an apparatus that would allow you to drop an egg from a certain height without it breaking. This game, appropriately coined “Egg Drop Soup,” was recently played at Easter Seals Crossroads as a group of […]
Last year INDATA worked with Fusework Studios to create the Like I Can videos, seen on likeican.com. Each video focuses on an individual who uses assistive technology in their life for either school, work or daily living. Check out this captioned video that summarizes how Easter Seals Crossroads and INDATA work together in getting a […]
It was recently announced through an article in DeafTimes that Sam’s Club has decided to provide the UbiDuo, a device produced by sComm, in its stores so that the Deaf community can converse with the company’s employees. It allows Deaf persons and hearing persons to communicate through two displays and two keyboards. These wireless, portable […]