Assistive Technology Update, a weekly Internet radio show and podcast produced by the INDATA Project, recently featured interviews of two RESNA conference speakers.
Pete Stephens, a mechanical engineer, is an expert on the evolving Maker Movement. He will be speaking on "Assistive Technology and the Promise of the Maker Movement" on Sunday, June 14. Click here to listen to the Pete Stephens interview.
Bill Coleman is a technology entrepreneur, philanthropist, and founder of the Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities. He will be speaking on "The Future of Technology" on Saturday, June 13. He will be joined by Dr. Cathy Bodine, Principal Investigator for the Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center for Advancing Cognitive Technologies and Executive Director of Assistive Technology Partners. Click here to listen to the Bill Coleman interview.
Both interviews can also be downloaded as podcasts from the iTunes store.
The annual RESNA conference, June 10-14 in Denver, Colorado, is a unique, multi-disciplinary gathering of assistive technology professionals from around the world. No other assistive technology conference connects professionals from across so many different AT and professional specialties. Click here for more information.