This week we’ve got something special cooking … Alexis Hillyard, creator and star of the YouTube Channel Stump Kitchen drops in to chat about her experience as a Youtube content creator, life as a one handed Vegan Internet chef, and even swaps some of her favorite curse words with us.
This week’s episode features a discussion on Dementia, the statistics, the breakthroughs, and some related assistive technology that is here and up and coming that will help tackle this ever growing global problem.
Japan’s dementia crisis hits record levels as thousands go missing
Canadian Dementia Numbers
Can natural language processing help detect dementia?
Alive Inside Clip
Alive Inside Foundation
Music and Memory Website
Simple Music Player
Turning Smartwatches into Assistive Tech for Seniors
Today’s episode we talk with with Carrie Anton, ex- Aroga-ite, current Assistive Technologist at Athabasca University and expert on Universal Design. We cover everything from the Universal Design, accessibility in Video Games, new AT gadgetry and even find time for a discussion on Superheroes with Disabilities.
9th session of the Conference of States Parties to the CRPD Happens This Week
UNCHARTED 4: A Thief’s End – A New Adventure in Video Game Accessibility Video
Can Robots One Day Provide Assistive Technology Services?
PowerMat Founder Wants to Kill the Keyboard
Perkins School for the Blind Pushes Into Apps, Driverless Cars
10 Disabled Comic Book Superheroes
This week it’s all about Braille! We’re pleased to have Adam Wilton, Manager of PRCVI (Provincial Resource Centre for the Visually Impaired), as a captive in the Aroga Studio chatting with us about Braille Literacy, how it’s taught, and how it has developed over the years.
Provincial Resource Centre for the Visually Impaired
Braille on Wikipedia
Canadian Deafblind Association
J-Say 14.1 Upgrade Now Available
JAWS 17 Update Available
The Importance of Braille Webinar
Our second episode! We paid for the mics, we’re going to use them! Today we talk about Assistive Technology assessments, Apple Watches, and discuss the terms ‘Assistive Technology’ and ‘Disability’.
Process of Considering Assistive Technology
From Smart to Dumb: My First Year With an Apple Watch
BrailleNote Touch Notetaker from Humanware
The Line Between Accessory and Assistive Technology