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Contributed by Erin Swann, MSE, ATP With Black Friday quickly approaching, now is typically the best time of year to purchase an Amazon Echo product.  Other than the Amazon Echo, other Amazon Echo product options include the Echo Dot, Echo Plus, Echo Show, and Echo Spot. You have probably heard about or seen commercials for […]

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Contributed by Erin Swann, MSE, ATP The BJOY Ring is a device that would allow a wheelchair joystick to be used to control mouse movement on a computer screen. In addition to controlling a computer, the BJOY Ring could also be used to control tablets or smartphones that allow for cursor input. Mouse clicking could […]

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Contributed by James Giraldo In light of October being bullying prevention month, The Beacon web analysts have created a resource to educate families about the importance and impact of cyber bullying. The guide points out the warning signs, how to report and prevent it in the future. You can see it here: Stop Cyber Bullying Guide Check […]

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Do you have a child with special needs?  If so, you don’t want to miss the 2017 Special Needs Resource Fair! There are many organizations that help families who have children with disabilities, but how can you benefit from them if you are not aware of them?  Stop by the 2017 Special Needs Resource Fair […]

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Contributed by Cyrus Dylan with Caring 4 Our Kids Caring 4 Our Kids is a blog run by parents who have kids with disabilities such as Autism, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or Fibromyalgia.  On the Caring 4 Our Kids blog, the parents share resources that have been helpful to them in order to help others in a similar situation.  […]

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Contributed by Joe Vosters and Sara Roehrig from Bill-Ray Home Mobility Keeping people at home benefits everyone, and here is a new product to assist in that.  Friendly Beds focuses on improved safety (for person and caregiver), independence, mobility, self-esteem, strength conditioning, etc.  Getting in/out of bed (and repositioning in bed) can be difficult for people […]

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