Covering the State of Indiana with Assistive Technology

first_imgAs the name implies, INDATA is a statewide service for Indiana.  While our offices are located at Easter Seals Crossroads in Indianapolis, we travel throughout Indiana to get people’s hands on assistive technology (AT).  We conduct many “Demo Days” each year, where Carol Girt, our Loan Library Specialist, travels to our regional sites and gives AT demonstrations on particular topics.  Where are our regional sites, you say?  Take a look at the green dots below:Map of Regional Assistive Technology Centers in IndianaYou can see that our regional sites are spread all over Indiana in an effort to make traveling most convenient for you!  We rotate between New Albany, South Bend, Fort Wayne, Merrillville, Bloomington, Centerville, Evansville, and Terre Haute demonstrating AT for different disabilities.  Topics include low vision, hearing impairments, aging, autism, aids for daily living, and learning disabilities.  Check out the Regional Assistive Technology Centers page on our web site for information and directions to our locations.For a schedule of 2009’s Demo Days, visit the Event Calendar on the Easter Seals Tech web site. Once you click on a Demo Day, you will be given information as to when we will be in town, where we can meet you, and how to register for a demo.  It is imperative that you register before the day of the demo so that you can talk to Carol and she can narrow down what kinds of AT to bring to the demo.Share this…TwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedInEmailPrint RelatedATU127 – Assistive Technology and the IEP in K-12 Special Education (Part 1 with Daniel McNulty), OSX Mavericks Accessibility, JAWS 15November 1, 2013In “Assistive Technology Update”LDA Indiana Conference – App FestNovember 2, 2012Similar postAnnouncing Full Day Training Topics for 2012December 14, 2011In “Conferences and Events”last_img

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