Category Archives: Assistive Technology

iPhone Case System with Swappable Modules – An Option for AAC Users?

Otterbox cases have been the mobile device case choice for most of our clients mobile device recommendations. Otterbox cases provide a protection, good quality yet remain somewhat slim.  Of course their is never a one size fits all for our clients pending their needs, however … Continue reading

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iPhone 6 Armband for One Handed Access

A client recently evaluated for his assistive technology needs required access to an AAC app to augment his communication using one hand and arm due to motor impairment of his non-dominant arm. The client has gross movements of their non-dominant hand and … Continue reading

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15 Easy Ways to Make Your Commute More Productive

It’s easy to think of commuting as a total waste of time. When you’re standing on the train platform or waiting at a traffic light, every minute that ticks by can seem like a minute los… Source: 15 Easy Ways … Continue reading

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Amazon Echo as an Accessibility Support — The Website of Luis Perez

 Luis Perez describes the features and function of the Amazon Echo and Dot as an accessibility support. Read his post Amazon Echo as an Accessibility Support for a thorough review on features he uses for access on the Amazon Dot … Continue reading

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Read to Me in Book Creator 5 — The Website of Luis Perez

Luis Perez shares a new feature of Book Creator 5  for iPad (4.99) that provides a “read to me” for stories created. This is a great new feature of the popular Book Creator app for iPad. Read more on Luis’s … Continue reading

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C-Pen Reader Scanning Pen with Text to Speech

C-Pen Reader Pen Scanning pens with text to speech and dictionary support have been around for quite sometime. The first pens I used were the Quicktionary Pens probably about 10 years ago as a handheld reading tool. Although they scanned and … Continue reading

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KMINA: The World’s First Pain-Free And Stylish Crutches — The Assistive Technology Daily

KMINA Crutch Surprisingly, something as necessary as crutches have barely evolved over time. Beyond the inclusion of bandages or padded handgrips, no significant changes have been made since ancient Egyptians. KMINA has developed a new crutch concept in order to … Continue reading

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