Monday Technology Tip: RXmindMe

Belva Smith, an Assistive Technology Training Coordinator at Easter Seals Crossroads, explains and demonstrates the uses of the RXmindMe app created by Apple. Having trouble viewing the video? Click here! Click here to visit our archived videos.

App Roundup

During a recent presentation at the “Journey To Success” conference sponsored by Down Syndrome Indiana, Wade Wingler did an “App Roundup” presentation.  During that presentation, the group discussed a number of useful apps.  Among them were, which is a great resource to find all kinds of apps and which is a site dedicated […]

Friday Podcast: Auti Angel from Push Girls, VoiceOver Updates for Apple’s App Store, Free Webinars from Autism Speaks, Video Games to Teach Navigation to the Blind, and Accesible Pedestrian Signals

Information 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 professionals and enthusiasts. The “Accessibility Minute” is designed […]

Smarty Ears Apps for Kids with Special Needs

Smarty Ears Apps is a company that creates apps specifically designed for children with disabilities. The company boasts more than 35 apps for kids with speech and language delays and disorders such as Stuttering, articulation delays, autism, down syndrome, and language disorders. Below, I’ve highlighted just a few of the many apps that are available. That’s […]

Cricket Wireless to Offer Prepaid iPhones

Normally, iPhone come with monthly plans that can be expensive and attached to two-year contracts with a mobile telephone provider. Cricket Wireless has announced that, soon, the company will offer prepaid iPhone plans. This will allow even more people to access this Apple product and allow more people to access assistive technology apps. The prepaid iPhone […]