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GRAPES ON THE GREEN. Enjoy an evening of wine, music and culinary delights! Join us Thursday, April 21, 2016, from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. on the Friends Playground at Signal Centers. First rate red and white wines from Athens Distributing company will be paired will delicious appetizers. You can also enjoy the silent auction, artwork from the children and adult programs and door prizes. Tickets can be purchased online for $25 at http://www.signalcenters.org/giving/grapes-on-the-green. Contact Debby Frederes at 423-698-8528 for more details.
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Theta Delta Kappa from Lee University helped us out on Saturday! They did an outstanding job on some long-standing projects we've had. Thank you volunteers, and come back soon!
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Our Adult participants visited the Aquarium yesterday!  It was so much fun. 
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The kids in the Children's Program had a blast today at their Tailgate Party!  AND they guessed the Superbowl champs for the 3rd time in a row!  
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I would personally love to see more research on iPad Use & #Autism, or touch #technology & special education best practices in 2014. That's why this article's on my radar too:
http://smartblogs.com/education/2014/01/08/leveraging-touch-technology-for-special-education/

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Fascinating!
Army's Amazing Exoskeleton Restores Power to Injured Legs (via WIRED)

After surgery, military personnel whose legs have been crushed or blasted can end up with a limb that looks healthy but is debilitated by pain and weakness. Some patients even ask for amputations. The Army solution is a sort of scaffold for intact but malfunctioning legs called the Intrepid Dynamic Exoskeletal Orthosis, and now, thanks to a company called #Hangar, it’s going to be available to civilians too. - Matt Jancer

See more at: http://buff.ly/HlPVJ7

#technology #exoskeleton #IDEO #assistivetechnology
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