Category Archives: Training

Disability Cocoon

http://www.ispeech.org/text.to.speech Your ideas, your experience, your movement. How can you help change the status quo? Making Disability Technology Possible We are a disability technology catalyst organization.  We source and promote disability technology solutions and innovation, to inspire and foster increased … Continue reading

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AT Assessment Part 1 – Independent Living with Lynne Deese

http://www.ispeech.org Assistive Technology Radio Welcome to the INDATA Project’s Assistive Technology Radio.  You are listening to selections from the content about assistive technology we produce every week. Interested in listening to a specific program?  Check out our listing of podcast … Continue reading

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Upcoming Web Accessibility Webinars from Deque

http://www.ispeech.org Accessibility 101 You already know the importance of web accessibility. But many organizations just don’t know where to start to make their websites accessible. Join accessibility expert Todd Liebsch on September 24, from 2-3 PM EDT* as he offers an … Continue reading

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New Podcast Launched!! | ATFAQ at Easter Seals Crossroads

TTS Demo   We are very excited to announce that we have launched a new podcast. Assistive Technology Frequently-Asked Questions (ATFAQ) aired it’s very first episode on March 9, 2015. This podcast is hosted by, Brian Norton, Manager of Clinical Assistive Technology … Continue reading

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Henry Evans And his Telepresence Robot

http://www.ispeech.org/text.to.speech   Paralyzed by a stroke, Henry Evans uses a telepresence robot to take the stage — and show how new robotics, tweaked and personalized by a group called Robots for Humanity, help him live his life. He shows off … Continue reading

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Thinking Moves

Powered by iSpeechAn award winning DVD, one two-minute MeMoves sequence can immediately calm even a child with autism in distress. Imitating those on the screen, users are transformed by the images, movements and music. There is also an iPhone app available. See video below.  … Continue reading

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Tap Journey Visual Perception Skill Game

http://www.ispeech.orgThe very first perpetual game that adapts to you! – trains skill, strategy and concentration – improves eye-hand coordination – adapts to the user’s abilities – based on the SKILL GAME (more than 5 million downloads) – developed in conjunction with therapists via Skill … Continue reading

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Mobile Learning for All | Supporting Accessibility with the iPad

http://www.ispeech.orgAn Apple Distinguished Educator and an expert in digital accessibility features for K-12 and higher education settings, Luis Pérez provides a real sense of what students with disabilities need to learn and to navigate their world more independently. Luis Perez … Continue reading

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Assistive Technology Radio – Listen Now!

http://www.ispeech.org/text.to.speech Welcome to the INDATA Project’s Assistive Technology Radio.  You are listening to selections from the content about assistive technology we produce every week. Interested in listening to a specific program?  Check out our listing of podcast episodes via Assistive … Continue reading

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iPad Tactile Screenshots: NBP – Braille BookStore

http://www.ispeech.org/text.to.speech These tactile screen shots of various iPad screens show you “what” appears “where” on the your iPad – from the buttons and camera lenses to the the home screen apps, the App Store, messages, settings, keypad, contacts, iBooks, & … Continue reading

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