Vocational Rehabilitation in Georgia has had a freeze on cases this past year. Recently the freeze was lifted and seven farmers will soon receive services (all are receiving assistive technology adaptations, and several will get tractor lifts).
Staff recently taught a class for freshman at UGA called Geeks with a Cause. Students learned about assistive technology including agricultural applications and the AgrAbility project. As part of their coursework, they learned to solder and adapt toys for children in the community. Read the story here.
Submitted by Becky Brightwell