Assistive Technology for Daily Living

Finger Optical Mouse All you need is a thumb and index finger to use this bluetooth mouse device. 100% new high quality USB finger optical mouse. Plug-and-Play, no installation needed. Can be used on any surfaces. No mouse pad is required. Ergonomical design that reduces ...

Links Worth Sharing

  Christmas can be a stressful and anxious or lonely time for some people with disabilities. This blog post from Ideas has put together some considerations to help make Christmas more inclusive, hoping you can enjoy it more.   The holidays are a time of joy but ...

Interstate Connections

This is a time to recognize and honor caregivers across the country. Let’s work to raise awareness about the need for increased pay and recognition for in-home caregivers. This year’s theme is “Caregiving Around the Clock”. Consider offering a ...

From the Editor

Medicare for All The problem is not that our corporate insurance companies are doing something they shouldn’t. They are simply doing too much of what they were created to do—generate wealth for their owners. And, unlike any other wealthy country, we let them do it. The ...

News from DAC NW

A Picture of Success Our Lewiston office has a great success story to share! A consumer we have been working with contacted us to share that he’s been doing well. He has now started his own business in Moscow, opening Gem State Tattoo. “Something I’ve been ...

News from LINC

How will you make a difference? In 2014, President Obama declared November National Family Caregiver Month. This has been used to recognize and honor the 53 million unpaid family caregivers, spread awareness about caregiver issues, educate the community, and strengthen ...

News from INDEx

Raising Children while Disabled INDEx is proud to announce a private Facebook Group for parents who have disabilities. This is a safe place to ask questions and hear back from your peers what may have worked for them. This private Facebook group is for parents who have a ...

News from LIFE, Inc

Local shines positive light on disabilities Makenzie Ellsworth, a Magic Valley resident who was injured in an automobile accident when she was 15, is also a wheelchair tennis player and an avid Cross Fit participant. Simply put, Ellsworth is an athlete, one who makes ...

News from Northwest ADA Center – Idaho

Replacing adaptive or accessibility items that are damaged during a disaster is an important part of the recovery process.It helps people maintain or re-establish their independence and quality of life after experiencing a disaster. FMA assistance for specific accessibility ...

News from Self-Directed PA Services

Alzheimer’s and UTI’s UTI’s, or urinary tract infections, can cause changes in people living with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia. They are common among people with dementia, attributed to age and partly due to increasing difficulty with ...