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Category Archive for 'MD Technology Assistance Program'

Independence Now is pleased to announce the launch of our new Online Resource Directory for the disability community in Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties in Maryland and surrounding areas. The directory offers consumers the ability to browse resources by location or service-type. Users can also use the search function to find specific organizations and services. Independence Now […]

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Independence Now is hosting a vaccine clinic with the Moderna vaccine on Wednesday, April 28, from 12-3pm. Please see registration infomation below.  It is important that everyone who signs up actually attends, as these vaccines are precious! Once the first shot is given, the recipient will receive an email to sign up for the second […]

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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently released a public notice inviting comment on whether any updates are needed to the rules implementing the Twenty-First Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act (CVAA) Most of these rules have been in effect for many years, and many of them have not been revisited recently, some since initial adoption. Given changes […]

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A.T. Awareness DayApril 14th Thank you Senator Casey and Representative Thompson for your support. We invite you to view their video messages commemorating A.T. Awareness Day and thank them for sharing their words of support. View Congressman Glenn “GT” Thompson’s Message Here Contact Representative Thompson   View Senator Bob Casey’s Message Here Contact Senator Casey

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“What I Wish” is an annual campaign where parents, caregivers, teachers, and/or relatives submit custom device “wishes” for children with developmental or cognitive challenges (ages 2-21).  Requests are accepted in early spring through April 30.   Once requests are approved for scope and safety, 1-3 families receive their requests, at no charge – Yes, no charge!  For all […]

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What If My AT Doesn’t Transition With Me?   April 29, 2021 @ 1pm The Assistive Technology devices you use now may not transfer with you: middle school to high school, high school to after graduation, hospital or assisted living to home. This training will give you options on how to acquire AT after various life […]

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