We love to hear from those we work with
Emma Vardy: AT Chatter
"Okay, so did an interview and had photos taken today with how technology assists me. I can’t get over how smooth it went. And I loved how authentic it was.
It was like I got to Control how the photos of me were taken. I felt that I was just being myself, no make up, casually dressed, just being me. Telling the truth to the questions that were asked. It was just me".
"Probably the most truthful photo project I was involved in."
Sally Grandy: VisAbility - Marketing and Communications
VisAbility is proud to collaborate with AT Chat on the Staying Physically Healthy article and to highlight the benefits of exercise physiology and how assistive technology can help.Thank you, Jacqui for this article - some handy tips for anyone thinking about exercise physiology. Thank you so much for all your work on this. We are super pleased to be able to share this with our audience. Such a great collaboration. It’s a lovely read and well-structured and really highlights the benefits of exercise physiology particularly focusing on vision impairment. It’s good to let people know how we adapt the gym for people with low sight.
Lincoln MacKinnon: Turn to White - Co-Director
Throughout the film-making process, AT Chat afforded us the opportunity to experiment with new and emerging technologies to support Tony to make his film. These technologies provided a platform for two-way communication between Tony and a professional film crew which has inspired Tony to continue making bigger and better films.
By supporting us to create a Behind The Scenes documentary, our hope is that it will inspire other creatives with different abilities to experiment with unique technologies to enhance their experience. AT Chat placed their trust in us to create this film in our own unique way and without their help, we wouldn't have been able to complete this film.
Jenny McAllister: StyleAbility
I was recently involved in a collaboration project with the Stroke Foundation and AT Chat to create a short video to share my story of being a young stroke survivor, the different types of AT I use and my blog about fashion and styling. The whole project has definitely been a collaborative one with all parties being involved and sharing their ideas and input.
Neil from the AT Chat team made the whole project easy and really enjoyable. He was great at communicating the process from start to finish with a detailed timeline so that I knew what we would be doing and when and this really helped me to plan accordingly.
The final result was a great video that has been really well received by the disabled community, the stroke community and those interested in fashion and a video that I am really proud to have been a part of.
Beverly Ridley: Stroke Foundation Young Stroke Project - Digital Project CoordinatorIn September 2020, Stroke Foundation Young Stroke Project collaborated with AT Chat (an Independent Living Assessment (ILA) initiative, to produce a peer-led video resource on the topic of assisted technology from the viewpoint of a young stroke survivor. The video was about young stroke survivor Jenny McAllister and her business StyleAbility that is dedicated to making mainstream fashion inclusive and accessible.
Our partnership involved working closely with AT Chat to co-produce the video including exploring ideas for the video topic. AT Chat provided the interview subject and conducted the interview. They also filmed and produced the final video. AT Chat did an outstanding job and we were very happy with the final video which was well received on our Social Media channels. AT Chat also kindly provided additional video footage from the interview which we were able to use in our resources.
AT Chat worked in collaboration with Stroke Foundation Young Stroke Project, ensuring engagement with project team members and Jenny McAllister, in a way that valued all individuals input into the final resource.