2021 Full Day Trainings Announced!

Every year, the INDATA Project hosts free trainings on various aspects of assistive technology. These full-day trainings are typically held at our Indianapolis facility (4740 Kingsway Drive).  They are also live-streamed via the Internet.  Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available for both online and in-person attendees. Due to Covid-19, all 2021 trainings will be ONLINE […]

SmartStix Edison Chopsticks

One of my favorite places to eat at is anything with Asian cuisine.  May it be Chinese or Japanese fusion (sushi, yum!), they always set the table with chopsticks in lieu of silverware.  Sadly, using traditional chopsticks is never an option for me with my tremors and clumsy fingers.  However, I stumbled across a company coined SmartStix that […]

Consumer Highlight: Karen Carichoff

I got the opportunity to go out with David Frye, Assistive Technology Specialist at Easter Seals Crossroads, and observe one of his last appointments with Karen Carichoff. Karen is working with David to go over any issues she has since he recommended, installed, and trained her on Dragon Naturally Speaking. Dragon Naturally Speaking is speech […]

StepPad: cognitive support tool for multi-step tasks

The new StepPad may be a great resource for individuals who have difficulty completing multiple step tasks by themselves.  With the StepPad, directions that are recorded are played back in a sequence, one step at a time, to prompt the user on what to do next.  The device functions well as both a short-term teaching tool […]

Assistive Technology Expo

The PATINS Project is a state-wide technical assistance network “Promoting Achievement through Technology and INstruction for all Students.”  They provide a range of support services for impacting both the organizational capacity and professional capabilities of Indiana’s local educational agencies in serving students with unique learning needs.  These services include: Operation of the Indiana Center for […]

INDATA Project to Host Demo Day on Autism

What: A “Demo Day” featuring devices that assist people with autism. When: Friday, August 20, 2010 Where: Rauch, Inc, 1200 Bono St. New Albany, Indiana Why: The “Demo Day” gives individuals who make an appointment the opportunity to experience an abbreviated one-on-one device demonstration, during which they learn how assistive technology can increase independence through a hands-on […]