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Apps and Tools That Will Help You Develop an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP)

Reprint from The Tech Edvocate What makes an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) unique is that it is designed for younger children and is family-oriented. An IFSP is a document that outlines a plan for young children who need early intervention services. It is customized for each child, as well as including a plan for […]

How Tech is Revolutionizing Care for People With Dementia

By John Ramsay for ItProPortal Innovations in technology are helping support workforces across the globe to become more efficient and alleviate the stress felt by workers. A prime example of this is the introduction of augmented reality to the property industry, as it allows individuals to view their furniture in a properly without physically moving […]

Apple’s Everyone Can Code Curriculum Expanding to Schools Serving Blind and Deaf Students

By: Joe Rossignol (MacRumors Newsletter) Apple announced that its Everyone Can Code curriculum is expanding to schools serving deaf, blind, or visually impaired students, starting with various locations in the United States in the fall. Initial list of participating schools: California School for the Blind (Fremont, CA) California School for the Deaf (Fremont, CA) District […]

Microsoft wants to use AI to help people with disabilities

By Devindra Hardawar (Engadget) One of Microsoft’s biggest announcements at Build this year is all about using artificial intelligence for social good. Through the new AI for Accessibility program, Microsoft has committed $25 million over the next five years to helping people with disabilities worldwide (a figure that currently sits at over one billion, according […]

How Artificial Intelligence is Improving Assistive Technology

By Matthew Lynch (The Tech Edvocate) The advances in technology could mean more for society than just new educational technology and virtual reality video games. People with disabilities are finding innovative ways to put artificial intelligence to work with their current conditions. As the science improves, assistive technology will continue producing new and improved platforms […]

13 Chrome Accessibility Tools You Probably Don’t Know About

written by Steph Fiorelli (Promevo) Google is committed to bringing the best tech to all their users, including users with disabilities. Through assistive technology on Chrome devices and G Suite, and by supporting accessibility-based Chrome extensions, Google is making sure that all are welcome and able to use their products. Here are some of the […]

Searching Apps Made Fast and Easy

Knicket is a filter and tag based app search engine that enables the user to find the best apps and games in the app jungle. It works with an asynchronous database to provide a near real-time search experience. Knicket allows you to search the app world in depth, before downloading or purchasing an app. This […]

Visual and Audio Cookbooks

Looking for last minute gift ideas? Cooking is a fun and practical activity for everyone and an opportunity to not only increase independence, but also to put basic academic skills to use in a functional way. Determining what is needed, obtaining the ingredients and following directions to put it together are all important steps. It […]

Home Mods! Ideas, Resources & Funding

Reprint From Home Advisor Every year, more Americans living with disabilities are able to call themselves homeowners. Thanks to support and legislation such as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), having a home to call one’s own is now an achievable dream for more people than ever before. For many individuals, purchasing a home is […]

Ultimate Guide to Traveling with Disabilities

Reprint from ” Champion Traveler “ About 56.7 million United States citizens are living with a disability, according to the most recent national census. While traveling can be a lot of fun with new memories made, it is important to make sure wherever you travel to can accommodate if you have a disability. Luckily, there […]