In Closing the Gap. . .Part 2, enjoy an overview of all the fun activities we did while attending Closing the Gap! In Part 3, we’ll share our product reviews.      

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    IPAT has joined two other state AT Programs in participating in an accessible voting technology project grant, funded under the U.S. Election Assistance Commission. The Research Alliance for Accessible Voting, or RAAV, was established to “advance the state of elections and voting through research, development, evaluation, dissemination, and implementation of concepts and technologies…

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Pets give so much of themselves and ask so little in return. They provide company, unconditional love, and give owner’s a sense of purpose. In some cases, individuals with disabilities and those experiencing the effects of aging feel as though they cannot care for their pet’s basic needs. That’s where assistive technology steps in. The implementation…

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What is it? IFTTT (pronounced like “gift” without the “g”) stands for If This Then That. It’s an incredible service that connects elements of your virtual and physical world to one other. Think of it like a train station where your favorite websites and tech devices connect with one another and exchange information to make…

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Are you in a situation where you have perfectly good assistive technology (AT) that you don’t need – you can’t bear the thought of throwing it away, but also want to make sure it is given to someone who could really use it? Maybe a loved one passed away leaving behind their AT, or a…

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  Staying active and enjoying the outdoors is part of any healthy lifestyle. Its been proven that individuals with disabilities flourish physically, mentally, and spiritually when enjoying their favorite outdoor activity. With that said, there are my different types of assistive technology available so anyone, no matter their ability, can participate in the activities they…

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