[Athen] AT for culinary program
kkolander at stchas.edu
Fri Mar 12 07:48:45 PST 2021
Thanks for that reply. It's more assistive technology than adaptive devices. Students are responsible for some of their kitchen devices.
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I am not sure if you are looking for assistive technology, or adaptive devices? But our program was redesigned back in 2013 from a universal design perspective and I was involved. I provided feedback to have at least one station wheelchair accessible, Stoves, with knobs on the front and not the back of the stove (not to reach over the heat to turn on and off) and ideas similar to this, specialized lighting, removable shelves and removable cutting areas, and specialized one handed devices for the kitchen, as examples. Are these the things you are considering? Or are you looking for Assistive Technology?
Tamara Mariotti (She, Her, Hers)
Coordinator of the Office of Accessibility Resources (OAR) Co-Chair NYSED Advisory Council for SWD in Post-Secondary Education
Mohawk Valley Community College
Wilcox Hall (formally IT) Building
Learning Commons, Room 129A
1101 Sherman Drive
Utica, NY 13501
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"Disability is not a 'brave struggle' or 'courage in the face of adversity'. Disability is an art. It's an ingenious way to live." Neil Marcus
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