Accessing Potential Through Assistive Technology
Top iPad Applications for Autism
There are many applications available that assist with the daily challenges that may arise from an autism diagnosis. These range from communication apps to behavior management apps, and more!
For more information on autism and to see what resources are available in the Tennessee valley, visit:
Model Me Going Places 2 –…

New Accessibility Features in iOS 11

iOS 11 is the latest version of Apple’s iOS. It is currently supported on the following devices:

  • iPhone 5S, 6, 6 Plus, 6S and 6S Plus, SE, 7 and 7 Plus, 8 and 8 Plus, and the new iPhone X
  • iPad Air, Air 2, and 5th-gen iPad
  • iPad Mini 2, 3, and 4
  • iPad Pro
  • 6th-gen iPod Touch
  1. Smart invert
    1. Where color inversion inverts everything on the screen, smart invert inverts only the areas where it may be deemed necessary for someone who requires it. Otherwise, images stay true, and other insignificant elements of the user interface remain unchanged.
    2. To enable: launch settings from your home screen, tap general, tap accessibility, tap display accommodations, tap invert colors, tap the switch next to smart invert.
  2. Auto brightness
    1. When enabled, your screen will brighten or dim, depending on the lighting conditions around you. If you disable it, it may affect your overall battery life, but won’t mess with your eyes if lighting conditions change suddenly.
  3. Improved text detection
    1. Now when viewing an image with text in it, iOS 11 will automatically scan the image for text and read it aloud when VoiceOver is enabled.
  4. Improved photo descriptions
    1. iOS 11 will automatically scan an image to figure out what it contains and then read a description aloud to you, without needing to be prompted.
  5. Large text enhancements
    1. For those with the largest text selection chosen, system-wide enhancements have been made.
  6. Type to Siri
    1. Users with voice control issues can now interact with Siri by text, just by holding down the home button to activate it.
  7. Drag and Drop using VoiceOver
    1. Tap and hold an item and VoiceOver will read it aloud and tell you once you have drug it over to another app.
Applications and Resources for Community Living

The following list details applications for iOS and Android devices that are meant to enhance community living, whether it be by communication aids, social networks, or other resources useful for those that may be benefited by the use of assistive technology in the community.

Next Door – free, private social network for you, your neighbors and your community. It’s the easiest way to connect and talk with your neighbors about the things that matter in your neighborhood.

Every Block – “use EveryBlock Map to see where news, neighborhood talk, crime, business, 311 service requests or other activities are taking place…and join in.”

Patch – “If you’re looking for “everything local,” Patch is the app for you. Local schools? Check. Breaking news? Check. Homes for sale? We’ve got those, too.”

Freecycle – makes it easy for people to give away their unwanted but reusable items to people in their local community who can use them. People can post items to give away or request items from others in their local community.

Olio – connect with your neighbours and local shops so that surplus food, and other household items can be shared, not thrown away. Everything on OLIO is available for free or for donation.

IOBY – ioby mobilizes neighbors who have good ideas to become powerful citizen leaders who plan, fund and make positive change in their own neighborhoods.

Proloquo2Go – Proloquo2Go is an AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication) app used by people with autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy and other diagnoses. It is available in English, Spanish, French, and Dutch for iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and Apple Watch.

Good Karma Applications – “exceptional mobile apps for people living exceptional lives”

Cough Drop – helps those with complex communication needs make their voices heard.


  • dial 2-1-1 on your phone and be connected with an information and referral specialist that will help you find the services you need.
  • Website

Phoenix – local job placements for those with disabilities seeking work

For other assistive technology needs at home and your community, please visit to view our AT loan library, which is completely free for residents of Alabama.

See our YouTube video on the subject with even more details here:

GRE – Graduate Readiness Exam

Accessibility information regarding the GRE (Graduate Readiness Exam). This exam is used as an entrance exam into graduate school programs and is generally taken during or just after the completion of an undergraduate degree. To apply for accessibility options before taking the exam, contact ETS Disability Services at or by creating an ETS account to submit an application.


GRE Basic Information

GRE Main Page

Registering for the Test

Scoring and Score Reporting

Test Day Preparation

The GRE and Accessibility

How to Apply for Accommodations

Request Procedures for those with Health Needs

List of Approved Testing Accommodations

GRE Test Preparation Apple Store Apps

GRE Prep from Magoosh

GRE Practice Prep and Flash Cards

Arcadia GRE Text


GRE Test Preparation Google Play Apps

GRE Flashcards

Vocabulary Builder

Ultimate GRE Prep

GRE Daily Vocabulary

GRE Practice Tests

McGraw Hill

Official ETS GRE Prep



Boeing Webinars

The following webinars are sponsored by Boeing. New webinars will be added as they are created. Check back for new videos! 

The Benefits and Challenges of Technology 

This webinar will talk about appropriate use of technology for children and how to balance out the benefits and challenges of technology in young children’s lives. 

Adapting Toys


Adapting toys can seem overwhelming, but anyone can adapt a toy to be switch accessible! This lesson will teach you how to solder, how to make switch ports, and how to adapt a toy. If you have any questions about this module or would like to have in-person training for this module please email 


This module has been broken down into four sections:

  1. Introduction to Adapting Toys
  2. How to Solder
  3. How to Make Switch Ports
  4. How to Adapt a Toy

If you are interested in learning more about the switches used to control your toy or interested in creating your own switch please visit our All About Switches Module

If you already have a switch port and are comfortable with soldering please skip ahead to part 4. If this is your first time soldering please watch the videos and practice before moving on to step 4! Like any skill, soldering takes practice, patience, and focus so give yourself a few practice runs!

Tools you will need to adapt a switch based toy:

  • Soldering Iron
  • Soldering Iron Stand
  • Wire Strippers
  • Scissors
  • Flux
  • Solder
  • Double Stranded Wire
  • 3.5MM Female Stereo Jack
  • Paper Towel
  • Switch Based Toy (one that has a “Press Here” button and is battery operated works best)
  • Wire Cutters
  • Sewing materials (optional)


Please watch the following video on how to solder.

*The fumes from the solder and the flux are not harmful, please wear protective eyewear*


*If you decided you buy your own switch port (watch intro video for more information on buying switch ports) then you can move on to Part Four. *

Please watch the following video on how to create your own switch port

Part Four: Adapting your Toy

If this is your first time adapting a toy please make sure to watch the other videos before continuing on with the last step!

*Please wear protective eyewear *

I will be adapting a My Pal Scout stuffed animal. You can purchase the dolls at Walmart or online

AT for Attention

There are a lot of tools and devices to help those with disabilities focus. Below are a few categories with different tools to help with focusing! This list is always being updated! If you have any resources you would like to share please leave it in the comment section below and we will add it to the list! 

Procrastination Prevention on the Computer 

AT for Focus 


Believe it or not, fidget can actually help those with focus difficulties pay more attention to teachers or presentations! By giving the individual a way to let go of some excess energy they can give more focused attention to what is going on around them!  Below are three stores that sells fidgets for those with attention difficulties. 

Therapy Shoppe Fidgets 

Fun and Function Fidgets

Office Playground Fidgets 

DIY Fidgets

TASC Pinterest Sensory and Behavior Board

Heart of the Classroom DIY Fidget Ideas


Respite Helping Those Who Care

This module is for those looking to receive Respite. To receive Respite follow the list below:

  • Complete and submit the Pre-Test 
    • follow the link to the pre-test and then hit “submit” when you have completed it
  • Watch the Helping Those Who Care video and participate in the brainstorm activities 
  • Complete and submit the Post- Test 
    • follow the link to the post-test and then hit “submit” when you have completed it
  • Email that you have completed the steps listed above
    • She will review the tests and video to deem you eligible 

Once you have completed these steps you can continue onto your next step to receive your Respite!



Please click here for the Pre-Test

Once you have submitted your response return to this page


Helping Those Who Care Video

Alternative Computer Access

This module will guide you through alternative types of computer access and different ways to control the computer. Please take note of which version of operating system (OS X El Capitan or Windows 10 for example) the resource is for as software and hardware for computers is always rapidly changing!  If you see a product you are interested in, please check our lending library for loan availability.

Macs (uses OS X)

To check what operating system you are running on click the Apple logo in the very top left-hand corner then select “about this Mac”. At the top of the pop-up window, it should say OS X followed by a name. For example OS X Moutain Lion or OS X El Capitan. If you have a different operating system than the one listed with the instructions below some direction may have changed. Please contact Apple Support or your nearest Apple store with any questions regarding your operating system. 


PC (uses Windows)

To check what operating system you are running on click on the “start” menu and click on settings. From the settings menu click on “about”. Where it lists the edition is what operating system you are running. For example Windows 8 or Windows 10. If you have a different operating system than the one listed with the instructions below some direction may have changed. Please contact Microsoft Support with any questions regarding your operating system. 


All About Switches

Do you have a student who needs to use a switch for access? Do you have a student that needs to progress from cause and effect to scanning? This course is designed to explain what a switch is, how it is used and to identify software that can support your switch user for use on their level and how they progress to the next.

  1. Switches and Switch Interfaces
  2. Switch Software
  3. Switches and iPads
  4. Creating  or Buying your Own Switch
  5. Powerlink


Lesson 1: Switches and Switch Interfaces

A Switch Interface is a device that connect the switch to the device. Most devices (unless specifically design for those with disabilities) do not have a port to connect a switch and so switch interfaces fill that gap. They can also be used as control centers for functions. For example: a computer switch interface will allow different mouse functions to be controlled through different switches. Various switches and switch interfaces can be borrowed for 2-3 weeks from the T.A.S.C. lending library.

Lesson 2: Switch Software

We are getting closer every day to having all programs be switch-accessible, but unfortunately, we still have quite a ways to go. Below are listed a very programs that are switch accessible. If you have any programs you would like to add please mention it in the comments below! 

Lesson 3: Switches & iPads

iPad switch interfaces can be borrowed for 2-3 weeks from T.A.S.C. Lending Library.

Lesson 4: Creating or Buying your own Switch
Anyone can create their own switch. If you have access to a 3D printer, you can print out your own switch (with a few other materials needed) for about $10! Thank you to the UAH Students in the engineering department for creating a wonderful inexpensive Switch design! 


Lesson 5: Powerlink
AT We Love- Powerlink Webinar taught by Laura Schertz, MS, OTR/L, T.A.S.C. (Recorded 02/20/2013)

Picture Symbols

These modules provide information about picture symbols including how to create them and implement them effectively.

Creating Picture Symbols Using Microsoft PowerPoint (Free Solution!)

Picture Exchange Communication System

PECS is a specific method of using picture symbols to communicate. Information about training and the method can be found on their website.

Picture Symbol Software (Prices Vary)

Free Resources for Picture Symbols

Preschool Resources for Picture Symbols

Additional Information/Research Articles

Social Stories

Great in helping individuals understand feelings and actions associated with certain events.

Low Tech AT

This module will provide lessons on how to create low assistive technology solutions using materials available at hardware stores, electronic stores, and Dollar Trees!

Eye Gaze Frame
This lesson provides instruction on creating a PVC Eye Gaze Frame to assist in communication.


Mouse House
This lesson provides information how to create a “mouse house” which enables a computer user to hit a larger target in order to activate the left mouse click. Great to use with the Cause and Effect games listed in our Link Library.

Adapting Toys & Other Battery Operated Devices

  • How to Make a Simple Switch (Youtube Video)

Flip Book
This Word document can be used to create a low-tech flip book to use when communicating with an individual with disability who can say yes (by blinking, raising eyebrow, etc.).

Mouse Adaptations
Simple and free/low cost ways to make the computer mouse easier to use.

Wireless Call Bell

Note Taking

This course provides information about Assistive Technology tools to assist with note taking.

*Special thanks to Michael Papp, MS Rehabilitation Engineering, Rehabilitation Technology Specialist III, ADRS for permitting T.A.S.C. to post content from his 2011 ALATEC presentation on Note Taking.*


Microsoft Office is a program bundle that many of us are familiar with. This bundle includes Microsft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and a few other programs. You find these programs in most schools and workplaces.

Microsoft Word for Mac – Notebook View



Microsoft OneNote

• Organize text, pictures, digital handwriting, audio and video recordings into one location.
• Sync notes with audio.




Apple Does have it’s own version of Word and OneNote. Pages is very similar to Word and iOS Notes is very similar to OneNote. Both are well-made programs that link to all apple devices.

Accessibility with Apple

More Resources For Apple Notes

Google Docs

Livescribe Smartpen

• Written notes sync with recorded audio
• Download notes from pen directly to computer (allows for searching notes and sharing)
• Additional apps can be purchased for the pen
• Pre-record a “test” to allow a student to independently complete test and have it read aloud
• Can be used with Evernote, Facebook, Google Docs, and other mobile applications



•Web based account to organize notes, photographs, audio files.
•Works across various platforms including Mac, Windows, iPhone, Android, etc.
•Additional applications available to create flashcards, Livescribe, Outlook, and many more.


Sonocent Audio NoteTaker

• Record or import audio into program and it will group into phrases.
• Easily allows audio to be edited and export key segments for reviewing.
• Sync audio with notes.


Low Tech/No Tech Note Taking

Carbonless Copy Notebooks
Cornell Notetaking Paper

Adapting Books

Physical, visual, and learning disabilities can make it difficult for individuals to access standard printed materials. This module provides information on ways to adapt books.

*Please respect copyrighted materials. If you are adapting a book, make sure to always have the original book paired with the adapted book.*

Adapting Books

High Tech Solutions

Many of the high-tech communication devices have page sets already installed to make reading accessible.

Electronic Books

Picture Symbols

Don’t forget to visit the Picture Symbol Module for additional resources.

Telephones and Cell Phones

This Course provides information about how assistive technology can assist in making telephones and cell phones accessible.

711 Relay
A free public service for communication between standard (voice) users and persons who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind, and speech disabled using text telephones (TTYs) or PCs via the internet. 

Switch Activated

AAC & Phones

Many dynamic AAC Devices can work with infrared capable, blue-tooth compatible cell phones, or voice-activated phones.

  • Contact AAC vendors directly to determine which equipment would be most effective. Most medical insurances will not cover the cost of the telephone or accessories due to it not being medically necessary.

Telephones for Hard of Hearing/Deaf

Text Messaging
  • For some individuals with disabilities affecting their ability to verbally communicate, text messaging is a great option.Warning–Most cities do not have a way to text 911 call centers for emergencies.
  •  textPlus-Text from iPad
  •  TextNow-Text from iPad

More Options
Spinal Cord Injuries and AT

This Course explores how assistive technology can benefit individuals with spinal cord injuries.

Carlene Hall 

United Cerebral Palsy’s T.A.S.C. received funding in 2010 from “Paint the Streets 5K” in memory of Carlene Hall.

These funds allowed us to purchase more technology for our demo and loan closet. Please check out our lending library Alabama AT 4 ALL where you can check out items for 3 weeks before you buy. This allows consumers a trial period to decide if a device will benefit them or not!

Carlene Hall Carlene Hall with Grandchild

Computer Access

Computers are a way to access the internet; and with the internet, we are able to scan through thousands of years worth of knowledge and communicate with individuals all over the world. When someone is unable to access the internet it can be frustrating and hinder their ability to learn and communicate. Believe it or not, There are plenty of products to help individuals utilize a computer. Some devices are even 100% hands-free.

Independent Living
By making a few small changes to the home and lifestyle you can allow someone more independence.

  • Accessible Homes Some changes could be extending doors with different hinges, adding a ramp to the front doorstep, moving around the furniture to fit a wheelchair, or adding a door hinge that opens door with the push of a button.
  •  Automatic Door opener
  •  Door Hinge extenders
  • Eating and Drinking There are do it yourself (DIY) adaptations for eating and drinking. You can either make your own low-tech devices or buy ones that may look a bit nicer. It all depends on how crafty you can be! Look around your house and make your own adaptions that fit your specific needs!
  • Please check out our Eating and drinking Module under “Independent Living”
  • Check out our Pinterest for great links to technology

Visit TASC’s profile on Pinterest.

Communication Devices

This course provides information on communication devices, also known as AAC (Alternative and Augmentative Communication) and SGD (Speech Generating Devices). If you are looking for information on voice banking please check out our ALS, Voice Banking, and Speech Amplification module.

Low Tech Communication Solutions

Low Tech for Emergencies
In emergency situations it is important to have access to communication. These free booklets below give instructions on how to use the booklets to better serve the individual.

Low Tech for Everyday 
It is always good to have basic needs covered by low-tech AAC. This way if there is not access to Higher tech devices the individual can have their needs met until another device replaces the free printed sheets you can get below.

Single Message Communicators
Here is an Alphabetical listing of some of the vendors and the names of their single message communicators. 
Static AAC Devices

Dynamic AAC Devices

Does using voice output devices/AAC/SGD impede natural speech?
Links to research articles and additional information.

Communicating with an Ipad/Itouch/Iphone
There are many apps available for communication:

  •  Meet Dennis-an iPad AAC user
  • List of Free and Inexpensive Apps for Communication (created in 2011)
  • Proloquo2GO
    The following video teaches how to edit boards using Proloquo2GO.

    Presented by Kate Moseley, AT Specialist

    on September 29, 2015

    If video is blurry, click the settings icon and change quality to 720p HD.

  • Cough Drop – CoughDrop is a new team-based AAC application founded here in Utah. For the past two years we’ve been working with over 50 experts around the country to make AAC simpler and more approachable, and to build supporting tools that can better enable and empower parents, therapists, and teachers to help communicators make their voices heard. Join us to learn how the unique features of CoughDrop and how you can utilize cloud technology to give you data and reporting, of the AAC experience, in real time.

    Presented by Utah Assistive Technology Teams

    on December 11th 2015

    If video is blurry, click the settings icon and change quality to 720p HD.

CoughDrop Follow-Up Training – This video shows how to set up an account, how to manage the account settings and some information about setting up the app.

Presented by Utah Assistive Technology Teams

on December 11th 2015

If video is blurry, click the settings icon and change quality to 720p HD.

For more information on Cough Drop please contact:

Scot Wahlquist
Director of Business Development
CoughDrop, Inc
Every Voice Should Be Heard

Funding an AAC Device
AT at Home

The majority of individuals you meet want to stay at the home as opposed to nursing homes. What adaptions can you make in your home to keep someone at home for longer? This module will share links to different devices and resources for you to keep your care recipients at home for longer. 

Cooking, Eating, Drinking

Please check out our Cooking, Eating, and Drinking Module for more ideas! 

Bathing, Dressing, and Hygiene

Tasks in these categories can always seem overwhelming for both the caregiver and care recipient. There are many different devices and tools to make these daily living activities more manageable.

Bathing: For more ideas check out our Pinterest

Dressing: For more ideas check out our Pinterest

Hygiene: For more ideas check out our Pinterest

Alerts, Reminders, and Stress Relievers

Sometimes care recipients are in need of assistance but have no way of alerting their caregiver. There are many different ways to signal alerts.


  • Alabama Respite is a temporary relieve for caregivers. Interested in learning more about vouchers, natural supports, or ways to take a breather? Check out their website for more information ( )!


The following links provide a list of resources and ways to modify your home in order to make it more accessible for individuals with disabilities and seniors.

Alabama Alternative Finance Program

STAR program that provides financing to families so that they may purchase assistive technology, adaptive equipment, and related services.

Reutilization Program

Assistive technology is donated to the Reutilization programs throughout the state of Alabama and then consumers with disabilities can request the equipment at no cost.

Funding Home Modification

Vendors providing AT for the Home in Alabama

Websites for Home Automation & Other AT


CASA (Care Assurance System for the Aging)

CASA’s mission is to assist the elderly and homebound who have unmet needs, with volunteer services. Our programs are designed to enable them to maintain their independence, dignity, health and safety, in their own homes.

CASA provides services at no cost to clients. Services are based solely on need, without regard to income, race, social status or religion.

  • CASA of Marshall County
    18 Grimes Drive Guntersville, AL 35976 Phone: (256) 279-0007 Fax: (256) 582-2922
  • CASA of Madison County
    701 Andrew Jackson Way Huntsville, AL 35801 Phone: (256) 533-7775 Fax: (256) 533-7544
  • CASA of Limestone County
    409 S. Marion Street Athens, AL 35611 Phone: (256) 232-5751 Fax: (256) 232-5780
  • CASA of Jackson County
    50 South Broad Street Scottsbro, AL 35768 Phone: (256) 259-3736 Fax: (256) 259-3182
  • CASA of Dekalb County
    P.O Box 681295 Rainsville, AL 35986 Phone: (256) 845-2049 Fax: (256) 845-9021

Building and Remodeling Your Home with a Certified Aging in Place (CAP) Specialist

The National Association of Home Builders provides a certification in Certified Aging in Place. Upon completion of this course, builders are able to:
• Describe the home ownership market as it relates to the three segments of the Aging in Place market
• Consider contractual and legal concerns for building professionals providing design solutions to the Aging in Place client
• Perform a needs assessment to identify and prioritize the needs, wants and wishes of the Aging in Place client
• Recommend specific design solutions for the Aging in Place client
• Estimate and schedule the Aging in Place project while regarding special considerations
• Identify considerations for executing the job while the client is in residence

Click here to find a CAP Specialist in your area.

CAPS in Alabama (February 2011-Listed Alaphabetically)

Company City CAPS Classification
John Allen Southern Construction & Design Inc Madison n/a
Mary Ann Brechun MA Brechun Design Hoover Designer
Robert Brown H.C. PITMAN FAIRHOPE Remodeler
Cherilyn Cleveland Berryhill Holdings Corporation Anderson n/a
John Dollison John B. Dollison Huntsville n/a
Rebecca Estes University of South Alabama, Dept. Occupational Therapy Mobile Occupational Therapist
Robert Goff Southern Construction & Design, Inc Madison Builder
D. Clay Harbin Parksite Plunkett Webster (PPW) Calera n/a
John Horchen J.A.H Design Costruction Newton n/a
Michael Kane Kane Building LLC Dadeville Builder
Randall Knott Wellborn Cabinet Inc. Ashland n/a
David Lisenby Lisenby Construction Inc Montgomery n/a
Paula Lowrey University of South Alabama Daphne Occupational Therapist
Robert McKay McKay Building Co. Inc. Birmingham Remodeler
Jewel McKay McKay Building Co. Inc. Birmingham Remodeler
M. Lynne McWhorter Cabinet Trends Hoover Designer
Bobby Monk Best Inspections, Inc. Springville Builder
Cindy Monk Best Inspections, Inc. Springville Other
Max Moody DREAMMAKER BATH AND KITCHEN Trussville Remodeler
Clara Parnell
Clara Parnell, MS, OTR/L Birmingham Occupational Therapist
Marlisa Pierce M Pierce Designs Dothan Designer
Philip Shelton Shelton Construction, Inc. Decatur n/a
W. Strickland Milton Strickland Builders Inc Pike Road n/a
Britt Thompson Thompson Construction Services, Inc. Hoover n/a
Ann Underwood Design-It-Studio Pleasant Grove n/a
George Williams Precision Homecrafters Inc Birmingham Remodeler



This module is designed to provide information about assistive technology related to transportation.

Personal Vehicles

Neat Vehicles

Public Transportation

Recreational Vehicles


STAR Program
  • Reutilization ProgramOccasionally accessible vans and wheelchairs lifted are donated to the Reutilization Program. Below is a link with a list of the reuse centers in Alabama. Please follow the link for more information.
  • Alternative FinanceFunding may be available for qualified applicants through the Alternative Finance program in order to acquire accessible transportation.Click here for additional information.
Cooking, Eating and Drinking

This course provides information on various AT tools that can help an individual increase their independence in cooking, eating, and drinking.


Sometimes simply adapting the eating and drinking can give someone all the independence they need at the table. Follow these helpful videos and links for more information!


Utensil Options

The following video will inform you about adaptive utensil options and how they can assist with eating.

Presented by Laura Schertz MS, OTR/L
on Jan 16 2013

If video is blurry, click the settings icon and change quality to 720p HD.


Universal Cuff

The following video will inform you about universal cuffs and how they can assist with eating.

Presented by Laura Schertz MS, OTR/L
on Jan 16 2013

If video is blurry, click the settings icon and change quality to 720p HD.


T Rocking Knife

The following video will inform you about T Rocking knives and how they can assist with eating.

Presented by Laura Schertz MS, OTR/L
on Jan 16 2013

If video is blurry, click the settings icon and change quality to 720p HD.


Alternative Knife

The following video will inform you about alternative knives and how they can assist with eating.

Presented by Laura Schertz MS, OTR/L
on Jan 16 2013

If video is blurry, click the settings icon and change quality to 720p HD.


Turned Spoon and Scoop Bowl

The following video will inform you about turned spoons and scoop bowls and how they can assist with eating.

Presented by Laura Schertz MS, OTR/L
on Jan 16 2013

If video is blurry, click the settings icon and change quality to 720p HD.


Nosey Cup

The following video will inform you about Nosey Cups and how they can assist with drinking.

Presented by Laura Schertz MS, OTR/L
on Jan 16 2013

If video is blurry, click the settings icon and change quality to 720p HD.

Plate Options

Lipped plates, sticky table mats, and specialized bowls can really assist individuals with eating. Follow these helpful videos and links for more information!


Ucuff and Plate Guard

The following video will inform you about Ucuffs and Plate Guards and how they can assist with eating.

Presented by Laura Schertz MS, OTR/L
on Jan 16 2013

If video is blurry, click the settings icon and change quality to 720p HD.


Plate Options

The following video will inform you about different plate options and how they can assist with eating.

Presented by Laura Schertz MS, OTR/L
on Jan 16 2013

If video is blurry, click the settings icon and change quality to 720p HD.

Follow TASC’s board Accessibility & AT in the Kitchen on Pinterest.

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