Demo Loan Community of Practice: Update

Demo Loan Community of Practice: Update

Welcome! We will start at 3 sharp. If you wish to have captioning, please click the caption button located on the bottom right. Demo Loan Community of Practice: Update Tuesday, November 13, 2018 3:00 PM Eastern Agenda

1. A few words about the taxonomy 2. Review of recent survey results and discussion 3. Competencies (found at https:// www.at3center.net/repository/devicedemonstration) a. Do you/have you used? How? b. Recommendations for change/improving usefulness 3. Introduction to DRAFTS for computers and related and leisure/recreation/sports 4. Volunteers to assist in development of Vehicle Modification and Transportation ?

Taxonomy and Decision Rules APR Instruction Manual at www.catada.info AT program resources Definitions and decision rules pages 4 14 Review how to classify items that could fit in more than one category, depending on how and who uses the items; train staff/subcontractors to increase fidelity of the data Items used to assist an individual who has vision or hearing impairment will be classified in those categories, whether or not they could go in another category. EG an amplified phone for a person who is hard of hearing goes in the hearing category NOT in the daily living category.

Home and vehicle category: Items or structures that are portable or temporary, rather than permanent or semi-permanent, are generally classified in another related category (EG daily living) to address a functional limitation. Demo-Loan Must Have and Inventory Survey Purpose: initiated because of an inquiry regarding core inventory and to identify must have items for demo and/ or loan across categories and cost/complexity October 2018 22 respondents

55 % lead agency; 32% implementing agency (if different); 9% subcontractor/partner responsible for device lending or demo How do you determine what devices to add to your inventory? (Choose all that apply) #1: Consumer requests #2: Staff recommendations #3: Additions based on waiting lists #4: New items just coming on the market

#5: Contributions/device donations, discounts, deals #6: Recommendations from advisory council; vendor; or items available through other funded programs (e.g. telecommunication device distribution programs; special grants) If you have multiple sites or regional centers, does each site have a similar inventory? (N=21) Inventories vary because sites specialize in serving a particular age or disability type. (5) Subcontracted sites vary, depending on other funding or

resources they have. (5) Working on it (2) Yes, we have a uniform inventory for our sites (2: AK and FL) N/A we only have one site (central office or one contractor for demo and/or loan) (4) Highlights of popular items by category and cost Finding: Disagreement about what constitutes low (under $50), mid ($51-$200), high ($201+) tech given cost parameters in the survey; problems with

categorization Contact [email protected] if you want the actual survey results in each category Highlights of popular items by category and cost: Vision Definition: Products designed to assist with vision Low: writing guides (all kinds); magnifiers with varying features; talking watch Mid: magnifiers with varying features; Keys U See; Penfriend/C-Pen

High: portable/hand held video magnifiers (Ruby, OrCam, Amigo, etc.); desktop video magnifiers App: *Seeing AI; *KNFB Reader Highlights of popular items by category and cost: Hearing Definition: Products designed to assist with hearing Low: vibrating alarm clock; amplified phone; alerting devices Mid: *Pocketalker; alerting devices; personal FM systems

High: Alerting systems; Ubiduo, soundfield systems; specialized phones App: *AVA; Flipwriter; TV loud; signing apps Highlights of popular items by category and cost: Speech Communication Definition: Products designed to assist with speaking and faceto-face communication for individuals with speech disabilities. Low: Picture-based paper systems; Talking Photo Album/ picture frame; low tech symbol kits Mid: *Go Talks of every variety; Big Mack and similar (talking switches or buttons)

High: *NovaChat, Accent, Tobii Eyegaze, Indi App: *Proloquo2Go; *TouchChat; Verbally Highlights of popular items by category and cost: Speech Communication Definition: Products designed to assist with speaking and face-to-face communication for individuals with speech disabilities. Low: Mid: High:

Highlights of popular items by category and cost: Devices for learning/cognition/development Definition: Products to provide people with disabilities with access to educational materials and instruction in school or other environments; products that assist with learning and cognition Low: Timers; switches and adapted toys, visual supports Mid: *Livescribe Echo SmartPen (and similar) High: *Livescribe Echo SmartPen (and similar)

Apps: Dictation apps, Voice Dream Reader; visual timers Highlights of popular items by category and cost: Devices for Mobility, Seating, and Positioning Definition: Products whose main focus is on augmenting or replacing the functional limitations of an individuals mobility Low: *canes; seat cushions; wheelchairs; wedges Mid: transfer belt, *rollator, seat assist, mounting systems (?)

High: power chair, gait trainer Apps: GPS; wheelmap Highlights of popular items by category and cost: Devices for Daily Living Definition: Devices that enhance the capacity of people with disabilities to live independently, especially AT that assists with Instrumental and other Activities of Daily Living Low: reachers, dressing aids, utensils, pill organizers Mid: *liftware, medication administration systems High: *liftware, *Obi, Hoyer lift, IoT devices

Apps: pill reminders, lists, calendar/alarm apps, picture schedulers Highlights of popular items by category and cost: Environmental Adaptations Definition: Environmental and structural adaptations to the built environment that remove or reduce barriers; typically permanent or semi permanent structures, modifications or additions Low: Switches; doorbell systems; lighting; extended door hinges Mid: no drill grab bar, ; IoT systems e.g. Amazon Echo; Google Home

High: IoT systems e.g. Amazon Echo; Google Home; talking appliances; adapted kitchen with pull-down shelving Apps: IoT/smarthome system app controls Highlights of popular items by category and cost: Vehicle modifications/transportation Definition: Products that give people with disabilities independence and enhance safety in transportation through adaptation of vehicles. Low: *Handybar, accessible van

Mid: car handle; transfer disc High: Steering wheel adaptations; ramps Apps: Google maps; GPS; waze Informal survey of devices for demo loan in this category (November 2018) Extra Large Panoramic Rearview Mirror Handybar Car Caddie

Seatbelt adaptation Egress bar Steering wheel knobs Portable vehicle hand controls (gas and brake) Easy reach seat belt handle Fleece seatbelt cover Gas cap opener Talking tire gauge Adapted key handles

Car cane Anti-glare visor Soxick HD night driving glasses Highlights of popular items by category and cost: Computers and Related Definition: Hardware and software products that enable people with disabilities to access, interact with, and use computers at home, work, or school Low: trackball; adapted keyboard; built in features Mid: ergonomic mouse and other alternative mice; adapted

keyboard; switch interface High: headmouse, Glassouse; eye tracker; speech-to-text Apps: *Dragon NS; Sesame Enable; note-taking apps; built-ins Highlights of popular items by category and cost: Recreation, Sports, and Leisure Equipment Definition: Products not already classified in other categories that help persons with disabilities to participate in sport, health, physical education, recreation, leisure, and dance Low: *adapted toys; *card holders; sound balls Mid: IoT with music; adapted toys/games

High: adapted game controllers; bikes; adapted devices for hunting/fishing Apps: e-books; gaming or video apps; music apps (including instruments) Competencies https:// www.at3center.net/repository/devicedemonstration a. Do you/have you used? Which ones? How have you used them?? b. Recommendations for change/improving

usefulness DRAFTS Computers and Related Competencies Recreation, Sports, and Leisure Equipment Competencies ATIA session of interest! Approaches to Managing Your AT Inventory Panelists will describe the structure of their program (e.g. devices located centrally or at multiple locations); the characteristics and management components of their system including accessibility; and

the advantages/disadvantages of their approach to the growing need for device inventory management. Friday, February 1, 2018, 9:20 AM 10:50 AM Thank you for joining us today! Please evaluate this webinar at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/6WFDWHY Save the dates! When: Wednesday, December 12, 2018 at 3:00 PM Eastern What: MyNotifi (https://www.mynotifi.com/) fall alerting system See all upcoming CoP calls at https://www.at3center.net/repository/at3events Archived demo-loan call materials and discounts and deals at

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