Friday Podcast

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadInformation from the INDATA Project is now available via podcast! Every Friday, the INDATA Project will release two podcasts featuring new assistive technology projects. The podcasts are available for viewing on the INDATA Project website and on iTunes. The “Assistive Technology Update” is a fast-paced weekly update for AT […]

Dragon speech software adds apps to the mix

Today, we are using our computers and phones for everything. We use them to surf the web, send e-mails, get directions, and even check our bank statements. However, if your mobility is limited or if you find typing on the keyboard/keypad to be difficult, interaction with these devices is a chore and no longer an […]

Guest Blog: Braille is not just for the blind

Ana Ganahl is not blind, in fact, she can see just fine.  So why is this 12-year-old today’s guest blogger? Ana can read Braille. Her curiosity for Braille came from her interest in service dogs; Ana taught herself the simple alphabet using house hold materials.  Yes, she taught herself.  Ana said she looks forward to […]

Assistive Technology for children with Autism and Aspergers

The understanding of Autism and Aspergers is increasing every day and so is the understanding of assistive technologies and strategies used to help those living with these conditions lead meaningful lives. The following are a sample of helpful organizational strategies and learning software programs that Susan Stokes, an autism consultant out of Wisconsin, finds helpful […]