Posts Tagged ‘Coronavirus’
AT to Help with Wearing a Mask!
[Image description: the featured image of this video is of Jen Mullins, a white woman who has her wavy, brown hair up in a ponytail. Jen is smiling under a floral printed mask and is holding a silicone mask insert on the outside of her mask while holding up a thumbs up. Note: the silicone…Read More
Stay Home, Stay Safe with Amazon’s Alexa
By Laura Hall, MATP Staff In the video linked to this blog, I demonstrate just a few of the things you can do with Amazon’s Alexa that could be helpful during this time of “Stay Home, Stay Safe”. The device used in this video is the Echo First Generation, but I also mention the Echo…Read More
Part 2: AT for Cutting Without Cuts!
By Jen Mullins, BS, CTRS, MATP Staff In the video linked to this post, I share about a few more AT devices and strategies that might make cutting up food in the kitchen safer and more accessible. Below are the devices from the video along with links where you might find the devices online. Please…Read More
AT for Cutting Without Cuts in the Kitchen: a Vlog!
By Jen Mullins, BS, CTRS, MATP Staff Due to precautions related Covid-19, many of us are cooking from home more. For someone whose disability impacts their vision, fine motor, hand dexterity, and upper body strength and coordination, cutting and chopping food can be challenging. Assistive Technology (AT) devices are available that may help. In the…Read More