The HollyRod Foundation is donating Apple iPads to children who have autism and are either nonverbal or have severe difficulty communicating. According to the foundation, one in every 110 kids has been diagnosed with Autism, and 25% of those may never develop verbal communication. Fortunately, the iPad in combination with special software can give many […]
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What: A sensory friendly showing of Disney’s Tangled 2D presented by Goodrich Quality Theaters. When: Saturday, December 4 at 9:15am Where: Hamilton 16 IMAX in Noblesville, IN. Who Should Attend: Families with children who have special needs. The “Lights Up, Sound Down. Lights Up, Sound Down” event gives families with children who have special needs […]
The Indianapolis Museum of Art is making a positive effort to make the museum more available and user friendly to individuals who are blind or have low vision. They have formed a focus group with Art Beyond Sight and are looking for roughly ten participants to come to the museum on Wednesday, December 8 at 6pm. […]
We at INDATA are excited to announce a new “Travel Series” to our blog where we will feature accessibility information for major museums, institutions, airports, hotels and other attractions. To start, we’ve picked one of the most popular entertainment destinations in the county – Disney World. Disney Parks: Disney explains that their engineers have been […]
AbleLink Technologies, the nation’s leading developer of cognitive support technology, has announced the release of Everyday Skills for the iPad platform. This second offering in AbleLink’s series of accessible task playing Apps features self-directed learning sessions for 40 important skills, all vital for living independently and accessing the community, based on proven content developed by […]