Blogs & Websites
GoBabyGo! - A project through the University of Delaware, in which mobility and socialization are targeted in young children. Riding power toys are adapted to allow children with disabilities to participate with peers. Many of these vehicles include switch adaptations that require the child to build muscle tone in weaker areas.
GoBabyGo! | University of Delaware
Results Matter Video Library - Practices Here and There | CDE
BPS Research Digest
This site is a resource place for AAC computer access. It was produced by Noah Trembly. It was produced by Noah Trembly. I am an Onsite Educator and a Technology Consultant at Ohio University. I was born with Cerebral Paly in 1977. I got my first AAC system at the age of 12. I started working in the field of AAC and Advocacy in 2012. In this site, I talk about some of the technology that I uses myself as well as some technology that I just tested out.
A laptop computer with the Ohio University logo on the screen and AAC computer access.