Campaign signs arrive by the truckload at the University of New Hampshire campus where Willkomm is a clinical associate professor. Along with her occupational therapy students, she’ll transform the signs into devices that help people with limited mobility do everything from fold clothes to eat a meal to manipulate an iPad.
NH’s Living Well grant partners developed a new video that focuses on the statement, “I want my DSP to…” for their new training for DSPs entitled, Dream Big: Tools for Supporting Individual Choice & a Robust Community-Based Life.
As part of our effort to carry out our mission, the Institute on Disability (IOD) provides evidence-based, expert professional development and technical assistance both in New Hampshire and across the country.
Assistive technology “MacGyver” Therese Willkomm, Ph.D., returns with her second book of five-minute, low-cost approaches for taking ordinary items and turning them into extraordinary solutions for individuals with disabilities.