This page offers case stories and videos to give you an idea of the tremendous impact AT can have on the lives of young children with disabilities.

Child using Gait TrainerChild using switch adapted fan toy

The Gait Trainer allows this little guy to be able to stand on his own and gives him a new found independence as well as a new view on the world. He is a curious child and loves being able to explore his environment in an up right position. 

The Adapted Fan toy is a big hit with this little one! She loves the air on her face and being able to control it herself. She is working hard to understand how she can do things with everything around her.       

Child using GoTo Postural SeatChild using Splashy Seat

With the GoTo Postural Support Seat, this little one was able to go to a restaurant with her parents and sit at the table with them for the first time! She was so happy to be a part of the meal and to not be in her stroller off to the side. The device also allows her to sit in rocking chairs and grocery carts. She can even use the floor sitter attachment to be able to participate in play time on the floor. 

This little guy and his family are very happy with their trial of the Splashy Portable Bath Seat! It has a variety of configurations and adjustments available to meet the needs of each individual child, including a 3-point or 5-point harness. The chair sits low to the ground for easy and safe soaking in the water. It also cleans up easily, making it handy for camping trips or play in an outdoor kiddie pool. 

Child using AAC device with SLPChild using ViaPro

A customized AAC device (in this case, the iPad mini) for this little one is an essential component of his development. It provides the opportunity to share his ideas and engage with the people in his life in a meaningful way to enrich others and expand possibilities for connection. Early access builds early success!

Borrowing a communication device from the statewide loan bank, allowed this young girl to communicate with her family as she looked at her books. The Via Pro by PRC-Saltillo has the LAMP Words for Life, TouchChat with WordPower, and Dialogue AAC apps with matching keyguards, which allowed this little one to trial the apps, then do a longer trial with LAMP. The vocabulary Builder feature in LAMP made it easy to focus on learning the motor plan for specific words to build her vocabulary. After a successful trial, funding paperwork has been approved by Medicaid, and this little communicator will be receiving her own purple ViaPro soon!