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People with disabilities and seniors, including but not limited to those who use assistive technology (AT) are at increased risk of serious or fatal complications from COVID-19. The AT3 Center is poised to provide state Assistive Technology Act programs with useful and current information regarding the provision of access to and acquisition of assistive technology devices and services to people with disabilities and seniors. Check back periodically at https://www.at3center.net/repository/EmergencyManagement (will include archived webinars on this topic) and follow the AT3 Center on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/assistivetechorg for resources that are updated almost daily.

Pui Ling (Amanda) had completed an augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) assessment, when her dad, Thomas, reached out to Orange County’s Assistive Technology Exchange Center (ATEC) to obtain information on various methods to access the communication devices they explored during the evaluation. ATEC provided a demonstration/consultation for Amanda, and following the demonstration, ATEC loaned Amanda several access options to try. Kevin Daugherty, Rehabilitation Engineer at ATEC, provided demonstrations and loaned the Jellybean switch, Roller Joystick, Candy Corn Proximity Switch, and Big Red Switch to use with the device trial. After two weeks of utilizing the various devices, Amanda and Thomas were able to confidently choose the right AAC devices, the Roller Joystick and Big Red Switch, for Amanda to comfortably control in her life