Spotlight IMAGE: Housing Resources

Researching affordable, accessible, and integrated housing is a difficult and time-consuming process. Here at The IMAGE Center, we work with individuals on identifying their options and advising them on various research opportunities to help broaden their research, keeping their access needs in mind throughout the process.

The IMAGE Center is aware of many housing resources in the community which we would like to spotlight for you. Check out our website!

Occupational Therapy Week Celebration 2021

Visual ad describing OT week. Text transcribed below.
Ad for OT week. Says Celebrate National Occupational Therapy Week April 19-23. Lunchtime chat – Facebook Live vent Friday, April 23 at 12:30

Moderator Dr. Sonia Lawson Associate Professor at Towson University “Career Pathways for OTs” featuring Towson OT students.

Picture of volunteer Helene D. working with a client.

Plus OTs Tell their Volunteer Stories
Daily Social Media Posts at 12:30 p.m. April 19-22.

Sponsored by the IMAGE Center VME Program Service and Towson University OT Community Services.

Spotlight IMAGE: Assistive Technology

Assistive Technology, also known as AT, encompasses a wide variety of items and techniques from low-tech such as a cane to high-tech software that can read computer screens. The idea behind Assistive Technology is to increase an individual with a disability’s independence. The IMAGE Center is home to a variety of Assistive Technology programs that…

I’m Not a Very Creative Person

By Mike Bullis   The title of this blog may seem like a put-down.  In this day and age when everyone is supposed to be positive and filled with belief in themselves, we’re taught that we can do anything.  Just think it up and away you go.  Whatever you believe you can do is possible.…

Constraint – Induced Movement Therapy

By Lisa Labre My son Chase has cerebral palsy which for him affects the right side of his body.  His entire right side is weaker than his left side. This has affected his ability to do anything that requires the use of both hands. I found out about the Constraint –Induced Movement Therapy Program at…

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