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Adirondack AccessAbility is dedicated to ensuring that accessible tools are available to all individuals to enable them to maximize their abilities and attain their goals. We strive to accomplish this through a combination of consultation, training, and advocacy activities customized to the needs of individuals and organizations.
Consultants with more than 50 years combined experience in the field of assistive technology, we focus on making school, work, home, and recreational environments accessible to all people, capitalizing on each individual’s abilities. Sue B is an assistive technology teacher and consultant and teacher of the deaf. She worked and trained at an ATA center and has been instrumental in starting a regional, school-based assistive technology service network at Otsego-Northern Catskills BOCES in upstate NY. She has first hand experience supporting organizations wishing to make their technology environments more accessible to individuals with disabilities and is a co-founder of Adirondack AccessAbility. Russ H has been involved in the field of assistive technology for over 30 years. As a classroom teacher, the founder and director for nine years of Techspress (an Alliance for Technology Access Center in upstate New York), and an independent consultant, he has been involved in advocacy work, training, and consulting directed at eliminating barriers faced by people with disabilities. He is cofounder of Adirondack AccessAbility, and over the last 20 years has served part-time as program director, executive director and board member of the Alliance for Technology Access.
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