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:
One of the things J is working on in Physical Therapy is assisted walking. Here is a look at some AT J’s PT built to help facilitate bench walking around the house.
The second stone in the AT Arms Race from the AT Skunk Works labs. Last week I showed you a switch adapted squirt gun, now let me introduce how that became the AT Battle Tank.
Categories: Casual Hacker, DIY, Just For Fun, Low Tech
Tags: #ATArmsRace, #ATPeeps, adapted play, AssistiveTech, CerebralPalsy, disabilities, do it yourself, switch
While it has been a quiet month on my YouTube channel and blog, I have been busy in the AT Skunk Works labs on a top secret project. Now that it is finished let me throw the first stone in the AT Arms Race. 🙂
Since last week people seemed very interested in AT Rule of Life #1 (Every High Tech AT Solution Needs At Least One Low or No Tech Alternative), I thought I would share a No Tech Eye Gaze AAC solution we use at the AT Household as an alternative to J’s High Tech AAC device.
A beautiful summer day at the AT household inspired me to share a little summer Assistive Tech on a shoestring budget.
Happy Fathers’ Day to all the “Proud Dads” out there.