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Watch this Helen Keller Services for the Blind video on the basics of haptics. Haptics is a standardized system for providing and or receiving visual and environmental information as well as social feedback via touch signals on the body.

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This is a web-based training and resource web site designed for deaf-blind consumers, as well as family members and providers working with deaf-blind individuals. The training series aims to increase awareness and knowledge of how to most effectively self-advocate for equal access to communication, transportation, mobility, print/media and technology...

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There's nothing like the personal impact of reading stories of individuals to understand: there are others out there facing what you face; you're not alone; how others have found success; and you can too. Visit the Helen Keller Deaf -Blind Center for Youth and Adults web site to read...

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iCanConnect provides people with both significant vision and hearing loss with free equipment and training. iCanConnect is a national program with local contacts that helps people stay connected with friends, family and the world. Major equipment that provided by the center are; Accessories (specialized keyboards, mounts, switches, headsets and...

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Did you know that Global Positioning Systems (GPS) are available for deaf-blind people too? It's true: there is a portable GPS system available to the deaf-blind population as an add-on to notetakers such as the Braille Note, Braille Sense and the Pac Mate. All three of the above-mentioned products...

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This article from the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching from the University of Michigan highlights technology tools used to promote student learning across a variety of disciplines. Directed more toward teachers and professors in postsecondary institutions, technology tools for instruction are listed here by type, intention of use,...

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ATMac is a website that provides helpful information about all Apple products for users with disability, chronic illness, or other impairments. It includes information on all types of assistive technology, like wearable devices, speech-to-text, AAC, and home automation features.

Link: http://atmac.org/

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This video is part of the Quick Takes series created by the team at CTD. The video introduces the topic of executive function, describes executive functioning skills and gives an overview of wearable technology options to support executive function.

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CTD created the Quick Takes video series to provide content-rich information on assistive technology topics in a short format video. This video provides an outline of seven possible resources, descriptions, and links for executive function apps for mobile devices.

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As high school graduation draws near, students with disabilities encounter a spectrum of options for their transition into the working world. Some students find vocational programs to be a viable post-secondary option as they lead to meaningful, independent work in a skilled trade. The following guide highlights the benefits of...

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