Mobility Solutions from Rehab Ideas

As you might imagine, people who use wheelchairs often face challenges when carrying out daily tasks.  Where can they put a backpack or purse?  How can they find a sturdy surface for a laptop without pulling up to a table?  What do they do if they are on vacation and want to explore a beach? […]

Introducing Lee Martin, President of Circle City Chapter of National Federation of the Blind

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Lee Martin, President of the Circle City Chapter of the National Federation of the Blind (NFB).  Lee is also a member of the Mayor’s Advisory Council on Disability (MACD) and the Blinded Veterans Association. INDATA: Are you an Indianapolis native? Lee: No, I grew up in Muncie, Indiana. […]

Earth Day Indiana

WHAT: Earth Day Indiana WHERE: White River State Park, 801 W. Washington Street, Indianapolis IN WHEN: Saturday, April 24th, 2010 WHY ATTEND: Earth Day Indiana Festival features 130 environmental and conservation exhibits, great music, good food and special activities for kids…in five action-packed hours. INDATA will be exhibiting for public awareness about computer and equipment […]

Walk MS 2010

What: Walk MS fundraising event held by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society When: Saturday, April 24 Where: IUPUI Library Lawn Why: This event raises money for research, education, and services to help people with Multiple Sclerosis lead more independent lives.  You can make a difference by joining a team, creating a team, or signing up […]

Talking Book and Braille Library Welcomes Hoosiers with Vision Impairment

The Talking Book and Braille Library (TBBL) is one of 57 regional libraries that provides FREE alternative reading sources for people with low vision. The TBBL is a part of the Library of Congress’ National Library Services for the Blind and Physically Handicapped.  They offer large print, braille books, and books on tape to Indiana […]