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5 Must-Have AAC Apps For Adults

Augmented and Alternative Communication (AAC) apps for adults can be used for varied reasons from a temporary disability to a permanent one. Using a device or AAC app for communication gives the user freedom to express him/herself where otherwise they may have not been able to do. The app can be helpful for family members,…
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Why I Decided to Learn to Code

I am a proponent of people learning to code even those working in fields outside of technology. As we continue to add more and more technology to our lives, the ability to code will allow people to personalize their experience as well as continue to improve how the technology is used in their life. There…
InInclusion

The Origin of E-Soccer, an Inclusive Sports Program

The “This is Me” podcast launched its pilot episode discussing the benefits and necessity of creating an inclusive environment for everyone. The founders of the internationally known inclusive program, E-Soccer, Russ Ewell and Greg Bodzioch, discuss how they went about beginning the program. With the “e” standing for “exceptional,” E-Soccer was meant to bridge the...
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Where are the Adult Inclusion Centers?

Have you ever seen a group of special needs adults in public? These groups usually have a few typical adults leading several other adults with special needs. While most people stare for a bit and then return their focus to the task at hand, those of us with special needs children pay careful attention and…
InHacking AutismTechnology

Autism Beyond The iPad

The transformative impact of the iPad and touch devices on those with disabilities is plateauing, and will soon be fading. These devices have seen very little innovation since 2012-2013 with the introduction of the Mini and the Air. They are still excellent devices, but their sales have declined for these reasons.
12 Leadership Qualities
InLeadership

Google I/O 2016: 12 Leadership Qualities of Google’s Sundar Pichai

Mr. Pichai strode across the stage at Google I/O like a scholar or professor instead of a Silicon Valley CEO. He was teaching not selling. He was presenting the results of groundbreaking research. Even the press appears unaware of exactly what is happening as they keep reporting on products, seemingly oblivious to the ideas, perhaps because ideas are more difficult to understand and explain? We look at the product called Google Home (press, developers, and me too!), while Mr. Pichai and his team have their eyes on the science.
InTechnology

Google and Apple Family Friendly?

The pursuit of kids as customers appears daunting, and there are concerns when it comes to data collection. On the other hand, the desire for a family friendly experience on devices runs strong. This concern over and benefit from technology reflect the ongoing conflict of progress.
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