If you are in the position of supporting a family that has just received a disability diagnosis, or who is just starting to explore accessible technology, then you may want to direct them to The Family Center on Technology and Disability.
Need more tutorials? Check out Accessible Tech. They have an archive of webinars that can help you adjust the accessibility setting son your iPad, create accessible video and accessible webinars. Can anyone say distance learning?
Well, actually, speaking of distance learning, Georgia Tech's Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access (CATEA) has been researching distance learning with the Georgia Tech Research on Accessible Distance Education (GRADE) project. You can learn more about accessible distance learning by visiting their website.
If you would like more information on welcoming children with disabilities into your congregation, you can read a digital copy of Sally Patton's book "Welcoming Children with Special Needs."
Finally, for a general overview of all things 'Worship and Technology,' you may just want to check out the Central East Regional Group's (CERG) "Ministry and Worship in the Age of Technology" webinar. You can see the webinar below. A few final notes before you begin: (1) this video is quite long (1 hour 27 minutes), if don't have time to watch the entire thing, you may just want to check out the 10 minutes that cover worship tech that start at 55:55; and (2) this video does not address accessibility, but it is a good overview nonetheless.
Wising you luck on your journey to accessibility, inclusion and engagement,
- Meredith Plummer