Assistive technology (AT) is integral to the daily lives of many individuals with disabilities. The IOD continuously develops and expands its services and training in this area and is actively partnering on campus, throughout the state, and nationally to promote access to AT solutions and services.
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iCreATe for Paralysis: Dr. Therese Willkomm of the UNH Institute on Disability receives $75,000 High Impact Innovation Quality of Life GrantMarch 13, 2017
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Join us for a series of FREE Assistive Technology Makers Workshops in the Summer 2017. These hands-on workshops will empower participants with the knowledge, skills, tools and materials to create assistive technology solutions in minutes. Over the course of the day-long workshop, participants will fabricate a variety of solutions to support individuals who experience paralysis.