Assistive Technology Meetup Groups

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The D.C. Robotics Group is the premier community organization for the advancement of robotics in the Washington, D.C. metro area. We promote robotics as a vehicle for innovation, learning, and improving quality of life. Our core values are: EDUCATION

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Roboticists
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Are you hard of hearing? Join us at our monthly meetings on the 3rd Tuesday of the month* and meet other people with hearing loss in the New York City area. Learn about hearing aids, cochlear implants, assistive listening devices that augment hearing

134
people with hearing loss
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Welcome to the Health and Medical Technology Innovation Roundtable Meetup Group sponsored by the Northern Virginia Regional Health Information Organization (NoVaRHIO) and co-sponsored by George Mason University's Master of Science in Technology Manag

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Members
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The Baruch College Computer Center for Visually Impaired People (CCVIP) invites you to learn about the strategies and technologies that allow people with low or no vision to access computers of all stripes. To find out more about CCVIP, visit our web

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Assistive Tech Enthusiasts
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What is going on in the AAC world? What devices or apps are other AAC professionals recommending? What is going on with Medicaid? How can I provide the best support for the AAC device users that I work with? How am I supposed to keep up with all of t

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AAC Professionals
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Welcome to the Health and Medical Technology Innovation Forum Meetup Group sponsored by the Northern Virginia Regional Health Information Organization (NoVaRHIO) and co-sponsored by George Mason University's Master of Science in Technology Management­

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BridgingApps is a program of Easter Seals Greater Houston that uses mobile devices to help people with special needs realize their fullest potential. BridgingApps hosts local meetings in Austin, Houston, and Rio Grande Valley, as well as provides an

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The iPad User Group gets together once a month to talk about how to use iPads to make things easier! We share stories about how our iPads help us stay organized, get things done, and connect more with friends and family. Come join us and and share y

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iPad Users
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"Do you want to meet other visually impaired people in this area?" This is a group for anyone in this community, who is visually impaired and would like to learn computer skills and who are interested in applications to access programs to help naviga

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June 18, 2014
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What is going on in the AAC world? What devices or apps are other AAC professionals recommending? What is going on with Medicaid? How can I provide the best support for the AAC device users that I work with? How am I supposed to keep up with all of t

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AAC Professionals
May 12, 2014

"Do you want to meet other visually impaired people in this area?" This is a group for anyone in this community, who is visually impaired and would like to learn computer skills and who are interested in applications to access programs to help naviga

1
Member
September 16, 2013

The iPad User Group gets together once a month to talk about how to use iPads to make things easier! We share stories about how our iPads help us stay organized, get things done, and connect more with friends and family. Come join us and and share y

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iPad Users
September 3, 2013

Welcome to the Health and Medical Technology Innovation Roundtable Meetup Group sponsored by the Northern Virginia Regional Health Information Organization (NoVaRHIO) and co-sponsored by George Mason University's Master of Science in Technology Manag

131
Members
August 22, 2013

Welcome to the Health and Medical Technology Innovation Forum Meetup Group sponsored by the Northern Virginia Regional Health Information Organization (NoVaRHIO) and co-sponsored by George Mason University's Master of Science in Technology Management­

13
Members
May 28, 2013

BridgingApps is a program of Easter Seals Greater Houston that uses mobile devices to help people with special needs realize their fullest potential. BridgingApps hosts local meetings in Austin, Houston, and Rio Grande Valley, as well as provides an

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Members
November 4, 2012

The D.C. Robotics Group is the premier community organization for the advancement of robotics in the Washington, D.C. metro area. We promote robotics as a vehicle for innovation, learning, and improving quality of life. Our core values are: EDUCATION

489
Roboticists
September 12, 2012

The Baruch College Computer Center for Visually Impaired People (CCVIP) invites you to learn about the strategies and technologies that allow people with low or no vision to access computers of all stripes. To find out more about CCVIP, visit our web

38
Assistive Tech Enthusiasts
November 4, 2007

Are you hard of hearing? Join us at our monthly meetings on the 3rd Tuesday of the month* and meet other people with hearing loss in the New York City area. Learn about hearing aids, cochlear implants, assistive listening devices that augment hearing

134
people with hearing loss
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