Maintaining communication page sets on an AAC device can be overwhelming. In this video I discuss one of the tricks I use to edit J’s page sets on my laptop while making sure that J’s Tobii C12 is kept up to date with the latest edits.
For those interested in how to make use of DropBox as a way of editing AAC page sets on Tobii devices, here is the how to video:
Assistive technology (AT) isn’t always for the individual who happens to have a disability. AT can also be something utilized by caregivers to make life easier as well. This weeks DIY AT entry is one of those helpful life hacks for the caregiver.
Part of J’s life includes a G-tube. Due to various issues, J receives a continuous drip feed through that G-tube using an enteral pump. That means a carefully measured amount of food is pumped directly into J’s stomach at a predetermined rate over a prolonged period of time. That also means that the carefully measured amount of food must be made every day. This is where today’s low-tech AT project comes in.
Categories: Caregiver Tech, DIY, Low Tech, Newbie
Tags: adaptation, assistive tech, caregiver, cerebral palsy, cp, disability, diy, emergency prep, enteral pump, feeding, g-tube, life, special needs