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Category Archive for 'MD Technology Assistance Program'

Accessibility

Hey guys, this week’s blog post is a slightly different from the norm, as it will be focusing on digital accessibility versus the traditional assistive technology posts you have grown accustomed to us sharing out!  Earlier this week, I had the pleasure of attending the Inter-agency Accessibility Forum (IAAF) sponsored by the Federal Chief Information […]

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Hi guys, some of you probably know that I am an avid gamer and especially the console platform games.  My first deep dive into Battle Royale games has come with the game ‘Apex Legends.’  This is a cross platform tile by ReSpawn (with financial backing from I believe by Electronic Arts) and it’s been a […]

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Wow, what a busy week but about ten days ago we were fortunate to have the Beeraider arrive from the Republic of Ireland.  It arrived in a typical airmail style box that wasn’t particularly accessible.  The intent of this product is actually to increase productivity for data entry; however, many AT professionals and occupational therapists […]

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Apple Watch

Hi guys, every week I try to post an interesting or current blog post that is assistive technology related.  Well, this week I have been mulling over what to write about as quite a few interesting products are available that have caught my eye.  However, this particular post this week has a very organic origin […]

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Last night the Image Center hosted their annual awards Solutions event.  What an inspiring night!!   The event honors the innovative solutions created by volunteer engineers and medical professionals to enhance the lives of persons with disabilities.  More than 75 volunteers have worked on creative solutions to solve barriers people face everyday.  These volunteers design, fabricate […]

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Buzz Clip

Hey guys, Andrew here, I wanted to introduce you to a really cool mobility tool for the blind it’s called the ‘Buzz Clip’.  This device was designed for individuals with low vision and blindness and it’s a sensor-based system that provides the wearer with physical feedback in the form of vibrations of different strength when […]

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