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Assistive Technology, or AT, covers a wide range of things designed to help someone with a disability navigate the world more easily. From wheelchair ramps to hearing aids to van modifications, there are plenty of things you may need but may not be able or know how to pay for. Dollars & Sense: Navigating the AT funding stream lists funding sources as well as guides you through the application process.

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Having a child with epilepsy brings its own set of challenges for parents. They need to keep track of seizures, keep medication adjusted appropriately, and keep their child safe. And while most people think of seizures as being fairly obvious, they can also be silent and invisible to the people around them. They can even be life-threatening.

So at Boston Children’s Hospital, they’ve developed a device that tells when a seizure is happening. And it’s in the form of a sleek and attractive wristwatch.

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Anyone who has ever fed small children will totally love this product: it’s a divided dish and table mat all in one piece. Made of silicone and available in a variety of bright colors (as well as the more neutral gray, for those who may want something nicer for the dining table), these cool mats suction right to the table and clean easily either in the dishwasher or the sink. No more dishes dashed to the floor, and food flung to the walls – these things won’t move until YOU decide it’s time.

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I have twins, Maya and Layla who are both blind. They are 21 months old. They also have a slightly older, sighted sister who is almost 3. In TX we found a home day care for the girls and their care giver was amazing. She attended all of their therapies and was so involved. I am hoping to find a great place here for them in the Plymouth area. Thank you!






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Big news from Babies with iPads. Babies with iPads has given away numerous iPads over the years to families in need with special needs kids. It's a wonderful program with no income verification required and a relatively simple application process.

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