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AT for Gerald’s Hard Year

This is an important story to share. While it may not be a "Long COVID" story, it is a sobering COVID impact story. Thank you to LATAN, the Louisiana Assistive Technology (AT) Act Program, for bringing Gerald to AT3 Center's attention.

AT for Gerald’s Hard Year2022-03-03T15:23:00+00:00

Brain Injury Awareness and COVID-19

Did you know that every nine seconds someone in the United States acquires a brain injury? Over the last two years, however, that rate must be on the rise.

Brain Injury Awareness and COVID-192022-03-03T12:14:53+00:00

Staying Socially Connected Through Assistive Technology (AT)

In honor of Developmental Disability Awareness month, here is a story highlighting the difference technology can make during the pandemic to keep spirits high. Thank you, DATI, the Delaware AT Act Program, for the permission to re-post.

Staying Socially Connected Through Assistive Technology (AT)2022-03-01T11:32:00+00:00

AT Act Programs Support “Long COVID”

In this latest COVID-19 Issue Brief, AT3 Center highlights the ways AT Act Programs can and are supporting individuals with post-COVID conditions (long COVID).

AT Act Programs Support “Long COVID”2021-11-17T09:10:00+00:00

AT Act Programs Support Vaccination

In this latest COVID-19 Issue Brief, AT3 Center highlights the ways AT Act Programs have stepped up to support accessible vaccination for persons with disabilities and older adults.

AT Act Programs Support Vaccination2021-10-29T12:20:30+00:00

AT Act Programs Support Remote Learning

In this latest COVID-19 Issue Brief, AT3 Center highlights the activities of the New Jersey, Idaho, and US Virgin Islands AT Act Programs to support remote learning.

AT Act Programs Support Remote Learning2021-06-01T10:47:41+00:00

Indispensable Program Partnerships

In this latest COVID-19 Issue Brief, AT3 Center highlights partnerships in North Dakota, Nebraska, and South Dakota that support health, safety, and quality of life with unique approaches.

Indispensable Program Partnerships2021-05-20T09:46:36+00:00

Lessons Learned from the Great Mask Dilemma

Thank you, Elaine Morse, MSW, LICSW, for collaborating on our post series about face mask communication challenges for the D/deaf community during COVID-19. 

Lessons Learned from the Great Mask Dilemma2021-05-11T13:51:48+00:00
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