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North Dakota Interagency Program for Assistive Technology

Communication Without an Interpreter: Possibility Realized!

Communication Without an Interpreter: Possibility Realized!

For people who are deaf and use sign language, an interpreter can make all of the difference in many communication situations. What does one do, though, when an interpreter is not available and texting/writing are not options?  Thankfully due to the wonderful advancements in technology these past several years, there are now many options available

Vocational Rehabilitation for AT

Vocational Rehabilitation for AT

              The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) is a public service financed by federal and state funds. The aim of DVR is to help people with disabilities find employment and achieve self-sufficiency. DVR can fund assistive technology (AT) devices and services for individual clients. Typically, DVR funding is used to purchase AT

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AT Equipment

Communication Without an Interpreter: Possibility Realized!

For people who are deaf and use sign language, an interpreter can make all of the difference in many...

AT Funding

Vocational Rehabilitation for AT

              The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) is a public service financed by...

AT Anecdotes

Faucet Adaptation: It’s Not Rocket-Science, But it Works!

Years ago, I was working in Virginia with a young man who after an accident, returned to his family...

Staying At Home

Faucet Adaptation: It’s Not Rocket-Science, But it Works!

Years ago, I was working in Virginia with a young man who after an accident, returned to his family...