AT Chat is dedicated to producing the most useful, relevant and up to date peer-led AT information resources. Therefore we are collaborating with disability organisations, peaks and businesses across Australia to co-design and co-produce AT information resources called Collabs. These unique resources are specifically curated to help increase our partner's community's knowledge of AT solutions and options.
AT Chat is proud to collaborate with VisAbility on the Staying Physically Healthy article and to highlight the benefits of exercise physiology and how assistive technology can help. We have a team of highly qualified and enthusiastic exercise physiologists, delivering personalised fitness programs to optimise your health.
AT featured in this story:
- Smart Watches
- iPhones for exercise programs
- Adaptive Exercise Equipment
This 15-minute documentary exposes the unique directorial processes of blind filmmaker Tony Sarre during the making of the short film Turn To White. Tony and co-director Lincoln discuss the accessible system they created which enabled Tony to successfully direct his film.
AT featured in Tony's story
- Magnetic Whiteboard
- Bluetooth Headset
Jenny McAllister is a young stroke survivor and the creator of StyleAbility. She shares her story of having a stroke at the age of just 21, the role fashion continues to play in her on-going recovery, some useful AT tips for dressing and her vision to have fashion that is truly for everyone.
AT featured in Jenny's story
- Easy pickup
- Button hook
- Shoe horn
- Elastic laces
Lindsay Nott is a peer mentor, office administrator, avid traveller, and creator of the MyC5life project. He believes "the less AT the better" in order to keep his life independent.
AT featured in Lindsay's story
- Key holder
- Bent fork
Zel takes you through the AT she uses for her "mobile office", which enables her to run her consultancy business 'Inclusive World' from absolutely anywhere. She also shows us the cool technology that helps her coordinate outfits and stay on time for her busy life
AT featured in Zel's story
- JAWS Screen Reader
- Treks Titanium Wireless Headphones
- Cobalt Speechmaster Colour Detector
- Braille Watch
Get off road with Andrew and Chris, hand-cyclists from Break The Boundary. Andrew and Chris are on a mission to empower people with physical disabilities to go beyond flat surfaces, out of their comfort zone, and into off-road areas around Australia. They can also modify hand-cycles to suit almost anyone's needs, so if you have the will, they have a way!
AT featured in Break the Boundary's story