West Virginia Assistive Technology Blog

Archive for July, 2015

Housing and Support Options for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Guide

The Coleman Foundation collaborated with the Ray Graham Association, Clearbrook, and Aspire to research innovative housing and support models with potential for implementation for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Their research focused on: Addressing the need to create community-based, cost effective housing models Seeking solutions to decrease reliance on state funding Development of alternative […]

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Check out the interactive online Home First Showroom created by IPAT!

Like WVATS, the North Dakota Interagency Program for Assistive Technology (IPAT) is a non-profit state organization that provides AT training, public awareness, demonstration, and one-on-one consultation. While many of their services are geared toward people in North Dakota, the IPAT website provides many features and information resources that can be helpful to anyone who needs […]

Tablets available to borrow!

WVATS has iPads, iPods, a Samsung Galaxy Note and a Galaxy S3 available for individuals in West Virginia to try before they consider buying one. These products have been updated with apps in the following categories: Autism Communication Traumatic brain injury Vision A list of apps can be found with each device on the WVATS Virtual Loan Library. Some apps can also be added on […]

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