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Discovering Prime AT Deals

As much as we all love our AT, we can all agree that obtaining it can take up a pretty significant portion of our budgets, so any opportunity to get a deal on a new piece of AT is always greatly appreciated. For that reason, the Where It’s AT Team has come up with a…

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Empowering Access to AT Through Libraries

Discover how libraries are supporting in the creation of assistive technology through 3D printing services in these public community spaces. Amora Stahl, Program Coordinator I and Michelle Rosado, Program Coordinator II, Ability Tools Program. Integration of Assistive Technology into Library Services Continued… Librarians across the state are increasingly working to integrate assistive technology & devices.…

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From Surviving to Thriving: AT for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a complex condition that can profoundly impact an individual’s life, often requiring a multifaceted approach to rehabilitation and daily living. With advancements in technology, Assistive Technology (AT) devices have become invaluable tools in helping those with TBI support their needs more effectively. Join us as the Ability Tools Team explores…

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Ready, Set, Adapt: Emergency Kits for Every Body!

Natural disasters, unforeseen accidents, or sudden disruptions can strike at any moment, leaving us vulnerable in an emergency. An emergency kit becomes a lifeline during critical moments, providing vital supplies and resources that can make a crucial difference between being safe or putting yourself at risk. In honor of National Preparedness Month, the Ability Tools…

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Low-Cost AT Solutions for School

Michelle Rosado, Program Coordinator II, and & Victor Mendoza, Membership & Logistics Administrator, for California Foundation for Independent Living Centers It’s that time of the year again where students are recharged and ready for the new school year. Being prepared and having the right tools is important so that students can thrive and succeed in…

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The Great Outdoors

Summertime is the best weather for outdoor activities. Often times, individuals require accommodations in order to make activities such as camping, hiking, and other outdoor fun fully accessible. Luckily, there are so many accessibility options that make otherwise inaccessible outdoors activities more accessible and devices that make outdoor day-to-day just more comfortable, here is some…

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Disability Pride: Highlighting Life-Changing AT

Disability Pride Month, celebrated every July, provides an opportunity to honor the history, achievements, experiences, and struggles of the disability community. By recognizing the historical significance of Disability Pride in the fight for rights and acceptance, celebrating Assistive Technology (AT) during this month highlights the progress made and emphasizes the ongoing need to advocate for…

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Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP)

The internet has become a huge part of our daily lives. Whether we use it for school, online shopping, job searching, connecting with family, or using our assistive technology (AT), internet access has opened unlimited opportunities for many, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, internet prices are at an all-time high, and in many cases,…