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If you are like me, you love memes! You can sometimes go down a meme rabbit hole very easily, guffawing as a cat or  Gene Wilder makes some sassy statements by making references to ‘90s pop culture. Often times, you may also speak in memes – sending them to your friends on iMessage and letting…
2 days ago · From Assistive Technology Blog
April 2 was World Autism Awareness Day and the entire month of April is Autism Awareness Month. In order to bring awareness around Autism in their local communities and to prepare police officers as well as Autistic individuals to safely interact during a traffic stop, three different police depart…
06.04.2021 · From Assistive Technology Blog
Compassion requires three actions: listening, understanding, and acting. ABA is a compassionate practice by definition, because behavior analysts are trained to do each of these actions in very specific ways.Listening is necessary for consent. Behavior analysts are required by ethical and profession…
02.04.2021 · From Different Roads to Learning
There is a ton of content on the Internet in the form of video and audio but unfortunately, a lot of it is not captioned. Platforms like YouTube and Instagram provide automatic captioning but there are so many other platforms and websites that don’t. The lack of captions can prove to be frustr…
30.03.2021 · From Assistive Technology Blog
Essential tremor is a condition that affects 2.2% of the American population – about 1 in 25 adults over 40 and 1 in 10 over 75. For such adults, drinking a cup of coffee without spilling or eating something with a spoon is very difficult and frustrating. Essential tremor starts as tremor in o…
26.03.2021 · From Assistive Technology Blog
Essential tremor is a condition that affects 2.2% of the American population – about 1 in 25 adults over 40 and 1 in 10 over 75. For such adults, drinking a cup of coffee without spilling or eating something with a spoon is very difficult and frustrating. Essential tremor starts as tremor in o…
23.03.2021 · From Assistive Technology Blog
People with visual impairment have very limited access to the outdoors, especially when it comes to activities like hiking. Hiking trails typically are uneven and sometimes treacherous, proving to be unsafe. In addition, blind people are unable to read signage available because they are usually not …
16.03.2021 · From Assistive Technology Blog
This week’s blog comes to us from Kate Connell, the creator of the Picture My Picture flashcard collection. Visit our site to learn more!  Having three boys at home for three months in 2020 I understand the challenge of remote learning. There were certainly moments of chaos and ti…
12.03.2021 · From Different Roads to Learning
This guest post was written by Madhav Lavakare. Madhav is a young entrepreneur from New Delhi, India. He has had a passion for tinkering, creating, and innovating from a very young age, and has a keen eye for solving problems. With TranscribeGlass, he aims to solve the biggest problem he’s tac…
08.03.2021 · From Assistive Technology Blog
This piece was originally posted on Dr. Greg Hanley’s website and has been shared with permission. Visit his website for more information as well as free resources on ABA for educators and parents: https://practicalfunctionalassessment.com This is today’s ABA when starting therapy with an a…
05.03.2021 · From Different Roads to Learning