ConnSENSE is Back!!


You may have noticed that our website has been down for a few weeks. We’re back with a new website and a new name. The ConnSENSE Bulletin is now The ConnSENSE Report. The new site is still under construction, so we hope you’ll bear with us while we continue to update our pages and restore our archives!

Among the many changes that have taken place, the most important is that our beloved Executive Editor and founder of the ConnSENSE Bulletin, Chauncy Rucker has retired. Chauncy is now devoting his time to family and travel. But we know that he will be keeping a close eye on the world of assistive technology in general and The ConnSENSE Report in particular!

ConnSENSE has undergone an extensive design update and is now in partnership with and funded by the UConnHealthCenter, The A.J. Pappanikou Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities. The Center is a disability research and training program located on the campus of the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington, Connecticut. The Center is one of a national network of University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Education, Research and Service (UCEDD) authorized by the federal Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act and funded through the Administration on Developmental Disabilities. Their website is a wealth of information for education, training and resources in the field of disabilities. Visit them at .

As always, The ConnSENSE Report is dedicated to bringing you practical resources on assistive technology that assists professionals, individuals with disabilities and their families in learning about and accessing the assistive technology they need.

Lee Learson, Managing Editor