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Arizona Technology Access Program (AzTAP) – Adaptive Gaming Clinic

In the digital age, video gaming has become a growing source of recreation and enjoyment for our society, and it only continues to grow as technology improves and innovative ideas come to light. However, during this time, individuals with complex disabilities may have had limited social and recreational options when compared with their peers, and during the COVID-19 Pandemic to protect their health, these individuals may have had these activities even further curtailed. In the last thirty-plus years since its advent, video gaming has also not been that readily accessible as most mainstream gaming controllers on the market were not specifically accessible or inclusive to individuals with disabilities. However, over the last few years this has begun to change, and more adaptive gaming controls and access options are becoming available.

Arizona Technology Access Program (AzTAP) – Adaptive Gaming Clinic2023-05-10T17:55:06+00:00

A Foot Switch for Ben

Facing a temporary disability? Stay on the job with assistance from your AT Act Program's device loan library.

A Foot Switch for Ben2022-10-04T12:50:00+00:00

AAC for Playgrounds and Beyond

TechOWL (the PA AT Act Program) and Oak Hill's NEAT Center (a partner of the CT Tech Act Project) are building community with communication boards for outdoor recreation, learning, and public awareness.

AAC for Playgrounds and Beyond2022-07-14T14:15:00+00:00

Adaptive Recreation Grows in Wisconsin

It's remarkable to see these cutting-edge devices listed alongside playing card holders and fishing rod attachments on the WisTech AT4All device loan inventory.

Adaptive Recreation Grows in Wisconsin2022-06-28T13:25:55+00:00

Older Adults Will SOARR With Technology In Colorado

The Center for Inclusive Design and Engineering (CIDE) is developing a sustainable approach to providing tech support to older adults throughout Colorado. Read AT3 Center's latest case study.

Older Adults Will SOARR With Technology In Colorado2022-05-31T12:57:04+00:00

Supporting the ALS Community With AT

Assistive technology (AT) for computer access is a primary need for many individuals with ALS. AT Act Programs play an essential role. #ALSAwarenessMonth #ALSInThisTogether

Supporting the ALS Community With AT2022-05-09T11:14:00+00:00
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