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CoughDrop AAC App

An augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) app that “empowers people to make their voices heard”.

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Jouse+

A mouth-controlled USB joystick that lets users control their computer, mobile device, or switch-controlled devices or AAC system by sip and puff functions, or if on a respirator, by switch.

Proloquo2Go

A customizable augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) app for iOS.

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KinTrans Hands Can Talk

A real-time, multilingual sign language translator that translates sign language to voice and text.

SMPL Technologies Wander Alert Wireless Door Sensor & Alarm Kit

A portable, expandable, alarm system that can be attached to doors, cabinets, or windows to alert caregivers of activity or to detect wandering.

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Getting in the Game

There’s something about fall that makes you want to get outdoors. Cooling temperatures, falling leaves, the promise of caramel apples, and football (or the food that accompanies watching football) are the favorites of some. For others, activities like hiking, archery, and hunting make the list. With fall sports in play, and winter sports on the horizon, it’s important to note that many sports and activities are accessible to everyone—you just need the right equipment.

24 Days of Technology

24 Days of Technology Recap

If you follow ARRM on Facebook, you may have caught some of our ‘24 Days of Technology’ post series. Each day, December 1–December 24, we featured a new piece of technology that is helping individuals with disabilities live more independently. In case you missed any of the tech, here is the list in its entirety — the Technology Resource Center’s 24 Days of Technology 2018.

A Trip to PACER’s Simon Technology Center

For people looking for assistive technology resources to help them, or those they care for, live more independently, Pacer Simon Technology Center (STC)  is one great place to start.

Live Transcribe

An Android Accessibility service powered by Google’s speech recognition technology that transcribes conversations to allow individuals to communicate “in the moment”. 

Independently Managing Medication

Medication management can be one of the biggest barriers to independent living. For individuals with disabilities, medications can be one of the most important factors in keeping them healthy and safe, but are often one of the most difficult factors to manage.

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