The popular two-day "Fundamentals in Assistive Technology" course will be offered June 10-11 at the Sheraton Downtown Denver in Denver. RESNA is authorized by IACET to provide 1.4 CEUs for this course; members receive a discount.
RESNA's "AT in Education" webinar series is designed for AT professionals working in the K-12 school setting. On March 10, "Visual Supports to Increase Student Engagement" will focus on a range of resources from visual supports to low tech sensory strategies to get and keep...
Taking a cue from the theme "New Frontiers in Assistive Technology," presentations and workshops on new technologies such as 3-D printing, microcontrollers, and wearables will be a main feature of this year's RESNA conference, June 10-14 in Denver. Other workshop sessions,...
David Gray, a scientist who relentlessly championed the right of people with disabilities to live independent, satisfying lives, has died. Gray, a professor of neurology and occupational therapy at Washington University School of...
Holding a pencil, fetching a glass of water, expressing emotions, opening a website — these are simple tasks for most people. But for individuals with cognitive or intellectual disabilities, they are complicated...
The federal agency tasked with regulating telephones, television and other communications technology is looking for advice on how to better serve people with disabilities. The Federal Communications Commission is convening a disability advisory committee for the first time.
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