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Make Your Voice Heard – Hearing Loss

This past week, I had the opportunity to participate in the Hearing Loss Association of America’s (HLAA) Annual Virtual Convention. HLAA’s mission is to “open…

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A person with dark brown skin smiling in a tan and white polka dot shirt wearing glasses and white headphones sitting in a black wheelchair typing with a lounge space blurred in the background.

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Make Your Voice Heard – Hearing Loss

This past week, I had the opportunity to participate in the Hearing Loss Association of America’s (HLAA) Annual Virtual Convention. HLAA’s mission is to “open…

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A person with dark brown skin smiling in a tan and white polka dot shirt wearing glasses and white headphones sitting in a black wheelchair typing with a lounge space blurred in the background.

Make Your Voice Heard – Hearing Loss

This past week, I had the opportunity to participate in the Hearing Loss Association of America’s (HLAA) Annual…

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Make Your Voice Heard – Hearing Loss

By Kathryn Wyeth This past week, I had the opportunity to participate in the Hearing Loss Association of…

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A Fidgetarium of Possibility

One of my minor autistic traits is fidgeting. When I was a kid, I had to learn how…

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Phone with facebook log on screen

Access to Facebook

It is so wonderful to see advances in the social media platforms in recent years to make content…

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Woman using AT to work hands-free with puff device control, including voice control and additional asisstive devices besides computer

The Future of AT in Employment

Using AT to gain employment and support work over a lifetime has been a goal of our community…

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Zoomsgiving: Connecting While Decreasing Social Isolation & Loneliness

By Jen Mullins, BS, CTRS, MATP Staff When I think about Thanksgiving, I think about connecting with my…

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AT to Help with Wearing a Mask!

[Image description: the featured image of this video is of Jen Mullins, a white woman who has her…

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The Marriage of Captions and Sounds

With a little practice, you can increase your enjoyment of videos, slides, and movies by playing available captions…

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3-D Printed AT for Writing, Painting, and Drawing (with Jen)!

[The featured image of the video above is of Jen Mullins, a white woman with long, brown, wavy…

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New Accessibility Features for iPhone, iPad, & More-Coming this Fall!

By Jen Mullins, BS, CTRS, MATP Staff This past Monday Apple announced that it will be releasing its iOS…

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Alexander holding device to his ear

Creative Adaptations Spark Innovation

“Necessity is the mother of invention” an English-language proverb, is…

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Google Calendar for Students!

By Jen Gosett, BS, CTRS, MATP Staff One of my first…

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Ditto – A Bluetooth Vibrating Cell Phone Signaler and Alarm Clip

Guest Blogger: Liz Kobylak, Hearing Technology Resource Specialist The exhibit…

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Book Scents and E-Reader Sense (Part 2)

By Jen Gosett, BS, CTRS, MATP Staff Have you ever tried…

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Me next to my husband who is holding our son who is trying to eat his foot. We are next to the baptismal font. Our minister is crouched down in front of it talking to the congregation's children who are gathered around to hear about the meaning of baptism and to welcome Theo.

Looking Back

By Aimee Sterk, LMSW, MATP Staff Our son, Theodore, was…

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Go Green!

By Aimee Sterk, LMSW I’m behind this year… way behind….

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