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IPAT In The News: Be Magazine Learns About AT Services

Recently Be Magazine interviewed IPAT staff from the Bismarck office to learn more about the services IPAT provides North Dakotans with disabilities and those experiencing the effects of aging. Check out the great article Be Magazine journalist Tina Ding wrote about IPAT – we could not have said it better ourselves! Gadgets and gizmos: IPAT…
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Older Americans Month 2016: “Blaze A Trail”

Older adults are a growing and increasingly vital part of our country. The contributions they make to our communities are varied, deeply rooted, and include influential roles in the nation’s economy, politics, and the arts. From 69-year-old NASA Administrator Charles Bolden, Jr. to 84-year-old actress Rita Moreno to 83-year-old Ruth Bader Ginsberg, who took her…
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Medication Management: Where To Start To Keep A Loved One Safe

The path to successful medication management (MM) can be hard if you do not know the questions to ask or the assistive technology (AT) available.  We have been helping people at IPAT for many years in the area of medication management and below are some of the questions we ask and the AT solutions that might work.  If you are having…
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Losing “Stuff”? Find It With Tile!

Have something that always seems to disappear – keys, phone, purse, remote control?  Fear no more, Tile is here! Tile is a Bluetooth piece of technology that will assist you in finding your lost items in seconds. Just attach it to your elusive item and track it via the Tile app (Apple or Android). This is…
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Donors’ Dollars Making A Difference

Thanks to our generous donors, seven North Dakota residents have already received assistive technology (AT) awards through Pedaling for Possibilities (P4P)! The first round of P4P 2016 applications was reviewed in March, and recipients from Rolette to Sargent and Morton to Grand Forks counties were awarded AT funding. They ranged in age from 30 years…
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