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Digital Accessibility Toolkit for State and District Education Leaders Accessibility of websites and other digital technologies have seen increased attention this year from the Department of Education Office for Civil Rights when it comes to state departments of education and school districts. eSchool News published a recent article about a Digital Accessibility Toolkit for state […]

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The State of Maryland continues to implement steps toward a functional ABLE Program by October of 2017.  In accordance with Governor Hogan’s customer service initiative, it is imperative that Maryland’s program be responsive to constituent needs.  Please take a moment to complete this customer survey to assess your needs as it relates to construction of the ABLE […]

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Guest post contributed by http://www.homecareplus.ie/ Assistive Technology for the Elderly As people reach their elder years, it is increasingly likely that they will be more susceptible to memory loss, injury and difficulty in communicating. Thankfully, there are many assistive technological devices which can allow elderly people to live more independently. ———————————————————- Memory Aids TabSafe Medication […]

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National Federation of the Blind 2017 Scholarship Program The 2017 Scholarship Program begins on November 1, 2016 and ends on March 31, 2017.  To recognize achievement by blind scholars, the National Federation of the Blind annually offers blind college students in the United States and Puerto Rico the opportunity to win one of thirty merit-based, national-level scholarships worth […]

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NCD Releases Progress Report on ICT and AT On October 7, the National Disability Council (NDC) hosted a briefing to discuss their recently released 2016 Report, “National Disability Policy: A Progress Report.”  The panelists were:  Phil Gilbert, IBM Design General Manager; Dean Halstead, Director, Federal Cloud, Collaboration and Accessibility, Microsoft; Finn Gardener, Boston Community Coordinator, […]

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Interested in learning more about Google accessibility? The American Foundation for the Blind and Google are joining forces to co-host a 3-day Train the Trainer workshop from December 6 through 8 at the AFB Center on Vision Loss in Dallas, Texas. This hands-on workshop will be primarily focused on exploring the accessibility features and functionalities […]

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