When we hear that someone is disabled, right away we think that they cannot function at the level most people can. This may have been true in the past, however with the introduction of new technology and the availability of the information super highway of the Internet, this is no longer the case. Some Americans with disabilities cannot drive to a job, others might not have full function of their limbs or be in wheelchairs, and still others might have hearing or vision impairments. There are about as many different disabilities, physical and otherwise, as there are people.
Enter at-center.com, the information assistance technology for the disabled community. Created for supporting people with disabilities, at-center.com is a website that can be used by people with disabilities, or others, to help those with disabilities live a more “normal” lifestyle. The capabilities of this website start simple, suggesting ways to help make life easier, with help with daily activities, to a full resource center for those who would like to maintain as much of their independence as possible.
At-center.com has an easy-to-use search engine, as well as blogs to share ideas with others who might just be needing that type of help. Those with disabilities have made amazing strides in figuring out ways to do things that we take for granted. This site allows you to seek out the help of others, as well as offer one’s own advice or tip through a support forum. This is also a place to just be able to chat with those who might just be experiencing the same trials and tribulations. We all know how important it is to know that we are not alone.
With its ease of use and wealth of information, at-center.com can become a useful tool, as well as a stepping stone to making living with a disability easier and more productive.