From Caleb Kraft, Senior Editor of Hack A Day and brilliant creator: "Gaming, as you can imagine, is very important to [Thomas] and people like him. It offers a release of frustration, like it does for all of us, but also a
level playing ground. When he’s in the game, he’s like everyone else."
The OT mTool Kit resource - review of apps and mobile device resources for OT's working with children and adults. (OT’s with Apps is a resource to educational and medical occupational therapists, parents and clients on iPod,...
Designed for the classroom, the Belkin Tablet Stand with Storage keeps technology within reach and at comfortable positions for viewing or typing. Tablet stand with attached storage box keeps headphones, pencils, and other school supplies organized and accessible.
Apps to help people with Alzheimer's Daily Comet After that, you can give him a one-touch dialing app like Unus Tactus. It lets you organize emergency contacts by photos to help him contact you. There are some apps you should look into, too.
Portable Phone Charger Invented By Awesome Texas Teens (VIDEO) Huffington Post Ambiance. This "environment enhancer" app is the perfect tool for sleep, meditation, yoga, or just a five-minute "time out." The
The most obvious question is how does a smartphone work for people who are blind? The answer in layman terms is its innovative "touchscreen" which converts text and pictures into Braille and raised patterns.