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FabricATe is a project of the University of Delaware that works to promote knowledge and skills on no-tech/low-tech assistive tools and materials. The site includes various project ideas and solutions, videos, and illustrations. You can sign up for a fab-lab session where you can learn new techniques and materials (Newark,...

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The PACER Center offers a wide range of publications on this page, free to download. Topics include Accessible Instructional Materials, DIY Assistive Technology, Accomodations Checklists, and inexpensive communication devices. Some documents are available in a variety of languages. PACER Assistive Technology Publications

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Although the classic Perkins braillewriter is preferred among many professionals in the vision field (myself included!), it can be challenging to get them repaired when they break outside their warranty. This web page contains instructional video tutorials that can walk you through the repair process if there isn't someone available...

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In order to prepare students for the workplace, they must be provided with skills necessary to use computers competently. A necessary skill in using a computer is keyboarding and students must learn how to type quickly, accurately and with correct technique. One of the first steps in becoming proficient in...

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Computers for the Blind provides computer equipment, software and training to individuals who are blind and families of children with visual impairments. For only a minimal fee and a commitment to learning how to use the computer effectively, you can receive a computer including accessible software for your child who...

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The National Multiple Sclerosis Society produced this video providing information on assistive technology for individuals living with MS. Topics include types of technology/devices specific to MS, as well as overall issues that individuals with disabilities experience in the workplace. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RBWZWYzzIoY

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Assistive Technology (AT) Stories is a video series of people with disabilities living better lives with a little help from assistive technology. The videos are organized by age: elementary, middle/high school, college, adult, and seniors. The videos (there are over 100) were made possible by a grant from the Richard...

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This player.fm podcast is a weekly interview show hosted by neurodiversity advocate Harold "Hackie" Reitman, MD., and presented by DifferentBrains.com. Join us as we speak with some of the most interesting people involved in autism, Asperger's, dyslexia, ADHD, OCD, down syndrome, and any condition that can be considered "neurodiverse." From...

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OrCam MyEye is a glasses-mounted device that can read text, recognize faces, and identify products for people who are blind or partially sighted. OrCam MyEye reads any printed text on any surface, including newspapers, books, computer screens, restaurant menus, labels on supermarket products and street signs, instantly relaying it to...

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This resource listing of hearing impairment products is made available by the Job Accommodation Network Sensory Team, Human Factor Consultants that specialize in accommodating individuals with hearing impairments. JAN provides contact information for thousands of companies, organizations, resources, products, and services. http://askjan.org/soar/hearing/hearprod.html

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