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Tag Archives: DIY
AbleData hosts AT Palooza via Twitter from May 27th until May 29th!
Beginning on Wednesday, May 27th, 2015 at 9 a.m. AbleData is hosting their first AT Palooza (#ATpalooza) via Twitter through Friday, May 29th at 11 p.m. EDT. Over the three-day event, assistive technology (AT) experts and AbleData staff will share … Continue reading
Posted in Event, Uncategorized Tagged #ATpalooza, @AT_Info, ABLEDATA, adapted technology, assistive technology, AT, DIY, do it yourself, Online resources, REHABDATA, twitter Leave a comment
Disability News Weekly Roundup – Monday, May 5 – Friday, May 9
Human Interest: In first, contestant with special needs on ‘Wheel of Fortune’ (Disability Scoop) A self-described Wheel of Fortune fanatic who has both Asperger’s and Tourette syndromes is the first contestant with special needs ever to compete on the show. … Continue reading
Posted in Weekly News Roundup Tagged 3-D printed prosthesis, Alzheimer's Disease, Asperger Syndrome, below-knee prosthesis, club feet, cognitive disabilities, custom-designed prosthetics, dementia, DIY, educational funding, equine therapy, higher education, lower limb amputation, managed care company, Medicaid funding, modified toy vehicle, Rutgers, seniors, special needs, state funding, state legislation, Tourette Syndrome, Wheel of Fortune Leave a comment
Are you handy? DIY Assistive Technology
Did you know that ABLEDATA maintains a database of noncommercial and do-it-yourself assistive technology solutions? It’s absolutely true! In addition to more than 36,000 commercial AT products, ABLEDATA lists protoypes, DIY solutions, and custom adaptations to existing technology. Search for … Continue reading
Posted in Project, Publications, Website Tagged ABLEDATA, assistive technology, DIY, do it yourself 2 Comments