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Audio describe your own YouTube videos (or help your friends describe theirs), support some Kickstarter AT campaigns, and engage in an online community connecting people who need prosthetics with people who have 3D printers. It’s a big, wide world with a lot of good happening- connect to it here.

AT in the news for the week of 2/24 thru 2/28

Isobar Creates Voice-Controlled Google Glass App

Comcast, The Arc to offer technology access for the disabled

Indiana mother looks to kickstart dyslexia app

Steve Gleason inspires WSU students to help ALS patients communicate better

Results of latest Screen Reader User Survey by WebAIM now published!

Student in wheelchair speaks up to make UC campus more accessible

Online community connects 3D printer owners with people who need prosthetic hands

ReSound LiNX is a made for iPhone hearing aid

Hobbyists Improves Open Source Designs of Affordable 3D Printed Prosthetics

Tilt Control, a Google Glass app for the physically disabled  

Blind Students Promised Fair Access To Common Core Tests

Local Kickstarter Helps Hard-of-Hearing with New App, Device

Formstack Earns Section 508 Certification for Accessibility of its Form

FCC Looks To Improve TV Accessibility

New BBC Mobile Accessibility Guidelines

A New Tool Allows Anyone to Add Audio Description to Youtube Videos

Kroger caters to special needs children with new cart

Paralyzed Woman Walks Again Thanks To ‘Ekso-Suit,’ 3D Printed Exoskeleton [VIDEO]

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