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It started with a single phone call. The caller was a grandmother looking for a pair of laceless shoes for her grandson, who was unable to tie his own. Unable to help, Zappos resolved to change that. As a result, the company launched the “Zappos Adaptive” line, featuring clothing and shoes designed for people ...


Brave New Worlds

  Posted on Apr 25, 2017 - 2:01pm

Virtual reality. Once, it was the stuff of science fiction and fantasy, conjuring up fantastic worlds and possibilities. Fast forward to today, and virtual reality is no longer a futuristic idea – it’s here and now. Although still in its infancy, virtual reality is rapidly becoming not just a tool for gamers ...

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Barry Romich Recognized For Philanthropy

  Posted on Oct 11, 2017 - 10:55am

Congratulations Barry! PRC is proud to announce that our own Barry Romich was honored Oct. 10 by the Wayne County Communication Foundation (WCCF) as this year’s recipient of the Friend of Philanthropy Award. According to the WCCF website, the award “recognizes the difference that individuals and families can m...

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Alex: A LAMP Success Story

  Posted on Oct 30, 2017 - 2:07pm

Like most children with Angelman Syndrome, Alex only communicated with natural gestures. “He really didn’t have a way to communicate effectively at home,” said his mom. “Alex would point to things he wanted, go to the pantry and/or refrigerator to obtain items, or simply pick from choices given to ...


Adeline Bailey Overcomes Communications Challenges

  Posted on Oct 3, 2016 - 1:12pm

"Every day you have with your child is a gift," says Natalie Bailey, mother of six-year-old Adeline. That philosophy has helped Natalie and her husband, Dr, Stephen Bailey, contend with Adeline's developmental disabilities stemming from Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS). "During a routine sonogram at 24 weeks gestatio...


AAC Awareness Month

  Posted on Oct 9, 2017 - 1:06pm

October is Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) Awareness Month! Many people aren’t aware of, or don’t understand AAC. For those whom communication is difficult or impossible, AAC allows them to express their needs and wants, and more fully participate in decisions that affect their lives. AAC also...


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