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TabAccess Wireless Bluetooth Switch Interface

TabAccess is a wireless Bluetooth interface for tablets that was designed for individuals with motor impairments. It provides an alternative interface for people who have difficulty with pinch and swipe gestures needed to operate touchscreen tablets. TabAccess enables people to operate their tablets through various types of switches, such as button switches, grasp switches, and […]

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PATHS Assistive Technology (AT) Fall 2016 Grant Deadline

PATHS, the Partnerships in Assistive TecHnologieS, is a nonprofit group dedicated to increasing awareness about and access to assistive technology (AT). PATHS is accepting applications for its fall AT grant cycle until October 1, 2016. Assistive technology (AT) is any device that can help you perform tasks related to work, education, community participation, recreation or […]

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AbleNet University Webinar Series

AbleNet University offers free webinars for educators and other individuals.  They have live scheduled webinars as well as access to previously recorded topics.  Past webinars have included “Developing Lifelong Leisure Skills for Individuals with Multiple Disabilities:  An Overview for Fun Activities for the Classroom”, “Switch Skills Development, Part 3: Developing Switch Skills for Driving a Power Wheelchair” […]

Switchamajig iPad Switch

The Switchamajig iPad Switch allows users to control switch adapted devices from their iPads. To use the Switchamajig iPad Switch, download the free app, connect switch adapted devices to the Switchamajig Controller, open the app, and select the number of switches you would like to use. Switchamajig can accommodate up to six switch adapted devices […]

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