News Archive

  • Life hack

    For more than 25 years, the Assistive Technology Unit has maximized individual independence through person-centered therapy, design and engineering

  • First in class

    The first AHS bachelor’s degrees are awarded in two new undergraduate programs: rehabilitation sciences, and disability and human development

  • Supporting refugees with disabilities

    Helping link refugees who have disabilities with job and entrepreneurship opportunities

  • Expanding independence

    The Assistive Technology Unit's cutting edge technology expands independence of undeserved individuals with developmental disabilities

  • Making a difference for children with autism

    Susan Kahan brings awareness of sexual abuse to those whose job it is to keep children safe and to those who are charged with helping them overcome the dual challenge of disability and trauma

  • To the nth degree

    New undergraduate degree program in disability and human development explores disability as a contextual and changing phenomena

  • From the big screen to small community living

    In the documentary, "Going Home," Tamar Heller speaks in support of community living for people with disabilities.

  • Seeing diabetes as a gift, not a punishment

    Heather Gabel says the stigma associated with diabetes keeps people from getting the help they need