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Logan Goes to the Tech Summit

Updated: Jan 21, 2021

June 2019

Logan poses for a picture with Milo, a robot designed to teach social, emotional and behavioral skills.

On June 21, 2019 Logan Philipps attended The Ohio State University Nisonger Center's Tech Summit.

From tablet and phone apps to in-home remote support systems, this one-day event offered attendees a chance to learn about different kinds of technology available to support people with developmental disabilities who want more independence in their lives.

Robots represent the future of education and socialization for learners with autism. Click here to see how "Milo" is impacting the lives of children around the world.

Logan is testing out a device that allows individuals who are visually impaired to see the world like they've never seen it before! It works for people with different eye conditions like macular degeneration and glaucoma.

From reading signs to operating appliances and enjoying entertainment like books and TV, IrisVision empowers users with visual impairments to be less reliant on others.

Click here to learn about all the benefits of using IrisVision.

Tech Summit participants shared how best to incorporate tech in their areas of the state and shared resources, like those available through Disability Cocoon.

It was a great event. Logan is looking forward to next year's summit to experience the latest and greatest technology.



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