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Archive for December, 2015

AT Ideas from the Green Thumbs, Healthy Joints Projects

During the 2015 growing season, Green Thumbs, Healthy Joints (GTHJs) projects used accessible gardening methods like raised garden beds and container gardening. Some added benches and seats near garden areas. Other accessible features included hand rails, accessible pathways to and around gardening areas and stakes/wires for taller plant growth. The GTHJs projects reported that they […]

Posted in: Community Living

Pilot One

Pilot One converts spoken commands into controls for numerous home devices including televisions, telephones, lights, and door systems. It features an internal microphone and uses the latest generation speech recognition technology. The Pilot One is also small and portable and provides auditory and visual feedback. External keys for caregiver use are also provided for added […]

Posted in: Daily Living
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