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From The PTDC (World’s largest independent community of personal trainers). What’s the best exercise equipment for someone living with a disability (stroke, spinal cord injury, amputation) to have at home to continue to exercise after rehab?” While each person is different and working towards his or her specific goal, a...

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This Iowa Dept. of Education AT page contains information on: Federal Regulations; State Rules; Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology (QIAT) Services; State AT Liaisons; AEA AT Contacts; Assistive Technology Consideration; Areas of Assistive Technology; Funding Sources; Frequently Asked Questions; and Resources. Per the site: AT is any device that allows...

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ICATER staff members are primary instructors for Introduction to Assistive Technology and Universal Design and Accessibility for Online Instruction. ICATER utilizes an impressive range of hardware, software and mobile apps related to accessibility and assistive technology. These include, but are not limited to, apps for alternative keyboards, augmentative and alternative...

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The purpose of this guide created by the National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society is to help you become familiar with the types of equipment (assistive and mobility devices) that are currently available to enhance your mobility, and the potential benefits and limitations of each one. The guide serves as a...

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Assistive Technology for Kansans (ATK) connects people with disabilities and health conditions of all ages with the assistive technology they need to learn, work, play and participate in community life safely and independently. ATK is the Kansas statewide assistive technology program and has AT Access Sites located in Oakley, Wichita,...

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Addressing the literacy and literacy-related technology needs of struggling readers does not have to be based on trial and error. This UNC- Allied Health product link is for the third section of their three-part video program. The video program begins with a framework for understanding what is required for successful...

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The International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) is one of the most commonly-used systems for measuring, describing and measuring health and disability. It was created by the World Health Organization and is considered the standard by many US and international healthcare organizations and professional organizations.

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This webpage serves as a place to find your own state's disability rights agency (P&A/CAP) and to get information on the various types of federal government aid available to persons with disabilities and their families. The simple interface gives names and contact information for agencies in your state. Other pages...

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Children and youth with autism face a variety of challenges in communication, executive functioning, social skills, behavior/self-management, and learning. This guide, developed by Diana Petschauer and Stacy Driscoll, provides a well-organized matrix of mobile apps and links to other resources that can help those on the autism spectrum address those...

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In this webinar Diana Petschauer and Stacy Driscoll demonstrated and discussed various apps and AT options, including wearable technology to support students with autism, to foster engagement, inclusion, independence and success in the educational environment. Get the handout here .

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