YOOCANDOANYTHING:

yoocan Is A Real Story

In July 2008, Erez Gaon was born with a rare disease and complex cognitive and physical disabilities. This was the beginning of an emotionally challenging journey for Erez and his family. It brought them together in many ways, but it was hard as they needed to adjust to a new way of living. Like Erez, there are over 1 billion people in the world living with some kind of cognitive or physical disability, striving to live a better, inclusive life, and fulfill their dreams. There are solutions and opportunities around the world that can help, so no one feels alone in their search for relevant advice and a more inclusive life. That is why Erez's uncle, Moshe Gaon, created yoocan!

What can you do on yoocan?

  • 1. Share your story and/or personal tips
  • 2. Explore global personal experiences and read practical tips
  • 3. Search for relevant information (ie: names of storytellers, organizations, products, services, disability, activities, etc.)
  • 4. Shop for relevant products and/or find important information you seek
  • 5. Chat with caring people in a safe community or connect with the yoocan help team

yoocan invites you to share your experience and knowledge and take part in their global collaborative community. You can also check out their popular Instagram page @yoocandoanything!

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StateTek: 

An Assistive Technology Company, with over 20 years of experience in the field.  StateTek works with individuals with disabilities and veterans. They are ATP Certified, CSUN. I highly recommend StateTek for all of your Assistive Technology needs! 

Please call: 

Voice: 951-444-0835
Fax: 1-866-229-5669
www.statetek.com


The Department of Rehabilitation (DOR):  

A great resource for adults with disabilities because you can call DOR, make an appointment with a Counselor and see if it works for you, a friend or family member. I was a client for years and that agency assisted me with my education and now I work "with" my former Counselor and handle is caseload at the local university! Amazing!

http://www.dor.ca.gov/

Check it out & see if it's for you!


Guiding Eyes for the Blind: 

Guiding Eyes for the Blind is an international nonprofit that provides guide dogs for visually-impaired people and, I didn't know this, but for children with autism. Love this! So Amazing! I remember talking to my Department of Rehabilitation Counselor about this as an option at one point. Guiding Eyes for the Blind is a such a wonderful place!  

http://www.guidingeyesfortheblind.com/


ZoomText (magnification software):

I wouldn't be able to do the things I do on a daily basis without it! I can't remember ever not using ZoomText, but I know it wasn't always available. Fortunately, I work on a university campus that takes pride in how their visually-impaired students/staff use assistive technology, by providing an AT lab, training and various presentations throughout the year. And when I lost the sight in my left-eye and had minimal vision in my right-eye, I was able to continue to work by using the ONYX, which is the best CCTV in my opinion.

http://www.aisquared.com


ONYX:

The ONYX is high-definition camera and monitor that allowed me to keep working when I could hardly see. Amazing! Freedom Scientific