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Whew! Hope you have your reading glasses on because there’s a lot of good stuff in here this week. DIY captioning for the deaf, baby carriers for paraplegic moms, incredible clothing designs for kids with autism…Seriously, you don’t want to miss this. AT in the news for the week of 8/24 thru 8/28

Accessibility technology in a hearing-centric world: The Verge’s Top Shelf visits the Motion Light lab at Gallaudet

Many mobile health apps neglect needs of blind users

A Vision for the Future: Baxter Shines in Research to Guide the Blind

These 13 Incredible Apps Can See, Hear, And Speak For You!

AT for Housekeeping

U of D Jesuit senior develops baby carrier for paraplegic mothers

DYK: 91% of college students w disabilities say AT is important. QIAT-PS survey (PDF)

Smartphones, Apps Are Liberating the Blind and Visually Impaired

Funding plea for automated home technology for disabled people

Central High grad, Auburn senior developing apps for Google Glass to enable disabled

Watch a child use Guided Access on her iPad to play with a Mother Goose app

Trends on Tuesday: Web Standards Advocate Advises Adaptive Web Design for Government Sites

Tools/Tips for DIY Video Transcription/Captioning

4 Online Accessibility Trends in Higher Ed [VIDEO]

Advocates want websites accessible to those with impaired, no eyesight

Superhero-inpsired robotic hand wins UK Dyson award

Here are four ways to ensure equal access for your child in school

Orée Stylograph pen takes notes while you take notes

FCC’s Remarks on Supporting Accessible Communications for People With Disabilities

Actionable Ways To Improve Website Usability

One stand to rule them all! iPad, iPod, iPhone

Clothing designs may look odd to you, for kids w/autism it looks awesome

Smartphones, Apps Are Liberating the Blind and Visually Impaired

Can technology make a hearing-centric world more accessible?


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