[community] Looking for a new computer/tech funding

arc23 arcohoon at gmail.com
Mon May 16 21:09:04 UTC 2022

Thank you for the information.
Dexterity is definitely the issue. For me, and thanks for a wonderful list
of the places that do have tech assistance programs. At least I know where
to start. I haven't really linked into any of this in over 15 years.
Adam Roy Cohoon [name]
ARTIST/ACCESS advocate / Tech Tester
cell. 416-710-0817 [text / voice]
arcohoon at gmail.com

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On Mon, May 16, 2022, 5:01 PM Foster, Julia <Julia.Foster at kingstonhsc.ca>

> If you have any physical/dexterity issues that impact your ability to
> write, there are writing aids clinics (might be called augmentative
> communication clinics) at Toronto Rehab, Baycrest, West Park, Bridgepoint,
> and Surrey Place (and Bloorview and ErinOak) that tap into the Assistive
> Devices Program, but it has to be for a physical disability that affects
> writing. Each has its own population. I haven't ever used them, but learned
> about them in the past: https://rcto.ca/programs-rctech-outreach.asp.
> Julia Foster, MScOT, OT Reg. (Ont.)
> Occupational Therapist
> KHSC Vision Rehabilitation Clinic, in support of the
> South East Ontario Vision Rehabilitation Service (SOVRS)
> Department of Ophthalmology
> Kingston Health Sciences Centre-Hotel Dieu Site
> 166 Brock Street, Kingston, ON K7L 5G2
> Telephone:  613-544-3400 ext. 2475
> Fax: 613-887-2081
> Email: Julia.foster at kingstonhsc.ca
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>  I wondered whether anybody knows of any accessibility centers for
> technology in the Toronto area that help people with mobility impairments
> fund new computer software. I am still saving up myself to buy a new
> computer, with some of my living costs and the prospect even with me
> working. The rules around ODSP don't make it easy to keep a lot of the
> extra money I make working to put towards buying a new computer. Also, with
> Windows 11 needing a new computer and with me, although using more voice
> technology, I want a laptop that can easily handle Dragon. That's why I'm
> starting to put feelers out. Thank you.
> _______________________
> Adam Roy Cohoon [name]
> @ARC23
> ARTIST/ACCESS advocate / Tech Tester
>  cell. 416-710-0817 [text / voice]
> www.youtube.com/ARC23
> skype: arcohoon
> arcohoon at gmail.com
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