iPad and Apps as Assistive Technology

The iPad and Apps offer benefits to those with disabilities when used as assistive technology. Happily, app creators from all over continue to make communication more accessible and cost-effective for persons with developmental and speech disabilities, making the iPad a comfortable visual and aural medium for them. Mobile apps provide these persons with many of the

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Life Changing Experience with Ability Unlimited

Ability Unlimited changed our son’s life. Our son, Giovanni, is a non-verbal 4 year old who has Trisomy-21, Down syndrome. Giovanni applied for the assistive technology device for his communication needs through the Medicaid waiver. Ability Unlimited was instrumental in helping our family with our needs and helping us apply. Giovanni was approved for the

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How Does Medicaid Define Disability?

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Our CCC Plus Eligibility Self-Help Tool

Wondering whether or not you are eligible for CCC Plus? Wanting to learn more about what CCC Plus Tool actually is? You have come to the right place. Here is our full guide to CCC Plus, as well as our CCC Plus Eligibility Self-Help Tool. What is CCC Plus? The first question you may have

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Caring for Your Mental Well Being While Social Distancing

At this point in time, you are probably aware of the need for social distancing. Doing this entails staying at home and only going out for work and essential tasks. So, what does this mean for your mental health? It may seem jarring to stay inside and uproot your normal daily routine for a while,

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Screening Adults for Learning Disabilities

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