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Smart Living Newsletter: Volume XII, August 2018

August 28, 2018

Phase 1 of ATTRI Projects Now Complete
AbleLink Smart Living Technologies has just finished work on Phase 1 of our dual projects within the US DOT's ATTRI Program. As we wait for final confirmation on Phase 2, slated to begin this fall, here are some highlights so far:
*ATTRI staff visited AbleLink in Colorado Springs for a first-hand view of the components of the Smart Travel System, along with some live testing of the software.
*Phase 1 field testing, in conjunction with our partners at Black Hills Works and Ability Beyond, has been a success.
Read more about ATTRI program.

Enabling Technology Project underway in Tennessee
The State of Tennessee is diving into technology integration for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. A yearlong project focused on Enabling Technology seeks to provide community engagement and increased independence. AbleLink is proud to be part of this effort as a provider of technology and training. Multiple agencies around the state, along with national software and service providers, are committed to deployment and implementation support as the project kicks off this fall.

Smart Living Technology - Pilot Project Launch with Horizons Unlimited
We are pleased to announce our latest Smart Living Technology Pilot Project, with Horizons Unlimited in Emmetsburg, IA. Our yearlong Project is a two-phase partnership. Phase I of the project includes a launch and technology deep-dive, followed by comprehensive staff training and implementation in real-life situations. Phase II is an Innovation Partnership that maximizes the impact of Phase I and paves the way for long-term life change.

Join us at the Coleman Institute Conference October 3, 2018!

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