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27 09, 2021

Movia Robotics Shares a Look into Robot-Assisted Instruction

2021-09-27T12:05:34-04:00September 27th, 2021|Product Spotlight|

Written by Muniba Masood​, Vice President, Movia Robotics Children with autism have always had to change for the world; but now the world is starting to change for them! Devoted to improving the lives of children with autism through Robot-Assisted Instruction, MOVIA Robotics is an innovative tech company that designs products for both the home and [...]

27 09, 2021

Digital Accessibility Tip! Link Text

2021-09-27T11:59:25-04:00September 27th, 2021|ICT Accessibility|

Written by Adam Kosakowski, M.Ed., ATP,  New England Assistive Technology (NEAT) Center Links are everywhere and are used in every type of digital content. As such, making links accessible is incredibly important. But, how to do so is not common knowledge, and there are many wrong ways to do it that will make the experience worse [...]

27 09, 2021

SCSU Partnering for Virtual AT Success

2021-09-27T11:55:19-04:00September 27th, 2021|Resource|

Written by Dr. Lauren Tucker The COVID-19 Pandemic resulted in all educational settings unexpectedly converting to alternative teaching formats. Although a challenging conversion, this transition revealed a huge opportunity to collaborate with practicing teachers for the Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU) Graduate Program in Assistive Technology. Two initiatives were implemented in the 2020-2021 academic semesters [...]

27 09, 2021

Communicating the SAME Message

2021-09-27T11:49:20-04:00September 27th, 2021|Resource|

By Linsey Zanchetti, SCSU Student My name is Linsey Zanchetti and I am a graduate level student completing my 6th year certification in Assistive Technology at Southern Connecticut State University. This summer, I am completing an independent study with the guidance of Dr. Lauren Tucker, targeting core language approach and modeling with augmentative or alternative [...]

27 09, 2021

Interview between Ann Bedard, M.S., CCC-SLP and Kevin Williams, Prentke AAC Distinguished Lecture at ATIA 2021

2021-09-27T15:11:00-04:00September 27th, 2021|AT Success Stories|

How were you chosen to give the Edwin and Esther Prentke Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Distinguished Lecture at ATIA? I was nominated by Celeste Helling, a Charlotte based SLP who works at the North Carolina Assistive Technology Program (NCATP). Celeste submitted a written nomination to the review committee for the lecture. The review committee [...]

28 05, 2021

The Connect to Tech Project Kicks Off!

2021-05-28T07:59:49-04:00May 28th, 2021|Announcement|

By Nicole Natale, MS, CCC-SLP, ATP, Senior Education Specialist, CREC Resource Group The CT Tech Act Project was awarded a grant as part of the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation National Paralysis Resource Center 2020 High Impact Innovative Assistive Technology (HIIAT) grants program. As a result, the CT Tech Act and three assistive technology (AT) [...]

28 05, 2021

Emergency Broadband Benefit – The FCC Helps Households Connect During The Pandemic

2021-05-28T07:59:03-04:00May 28th, 2021|Announcement|

During the pandemic, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is offering a temporary program to help households struggling to afford internet service. The benefit provides monthly discounts, and a one-time discount on the purchase of a laptop, desktop or tablet. Are you, or a friend or loved one, eligible? See the FCC's Infographic below (Infographic - [...]

28 05, 2021

Generations On Line (GoL) Offers New Free Tutorials

2021-05-28T07:57:17-04:00May 28th, 2021|Resource|

GoL wants to simplify tools and technology for older adults, helping foster and promote their internet literacy, access and skills, while also helping them overcome any fears associated with electronic media. GoL is offering free tutorials that may be useful to many older adults who are online users. Visit the links below to learn more: [...]

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