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Computer technology for the handicapped

Computer technology for the handicapped

The proceedings from the 1984 Closing the Gap Conference

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Published by The Gap .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatUnknown Binding
Number of Pages253
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8386751M
ISBN 100932719007
ISBN 109780932719003

  THE APP: Avaz WHO IT HELPS: Children with autism spectrum disorders, Downs syndrome, Angelman's Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and other speech disabilities. WHAT IT DOES: This Australian app enables children with autism and other disorders to “speak” using pictures - in a variety of situations. For example, the app can be used in speech therapy sessions, on a day-to-day basis to .   Discover librarian-selected research resources on Assistive Technology in Education from the Questia online library, including full-text online books, .

Today's technology is redefining human potential. Current computer hardware and software can create new ways for people with any kind of a disability to interact with the world. In this book the Alliance for Technology Access, a coalition of the foremost experts in the country, many of whom experience the disabilities they address, brings together the latest information and straightforward. LD OnLine is the leading website on learning disabilities, learning disorders and differences. Parents and teachers of learning disabled children will find authoritative guidance on attention deficit disorder, ADD, ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, dysnomia, reading difficulties, speech and related disorders. LD OnLine works in association with Learning Disabilities Association of.

Technology and the Handicapped. William C. Norris. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Control Data Corporation. Twelfth in a series of perspectives on employing technology to. address the pressing problems of society. This address was given , at the Annual Awards Program at Camp Courage, Golden Valley, Minnesota. E-learning is flexible learning using computer network resources, tools and applications, and focusing on interaction among teachers, learners, and the online environment and on collaborative learning. This paper presents and analyzes e- learning with computer technology in handicapped higher education. Computer technologies have become an intrinsic and important aspect of teaching and.


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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Philip Browning, Patti Zembrosky-Barkin, Gary Nave, William White"--Vol. "Supported in part by Research grant #G from the National Institute of Handicapped Research, Department of Education"--Title page verso. Computer technology for the handicapped: Applications ' selected proceedings of Closing the Gap's National Conference [Closing the Gap (Firm)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Computer technology for the handicapped: Applications ' selected proceedings of Closing the Gap's National ConferenceAuthor: Closing the Gap (Firm). Get this from a library. Computer technology for handicapped persons--some questions and answers. [Linda Redmond; Library of Congress. National Library Service for.

High Technology Aids for the Disabled presents some technical aids and microcomputers for the disabled. This technology could herald a major advance in improving the quality of life of many disabled people. Organized into four parts, this book begins with an assessment of disability.

Computer Technology for the Handicapped in Special Education and Rehabilitation: A Resource Guide. Volume II. International Council for Computers in Education, Eugene, Oreg.; Oregon Eugene.

Rehabilitation. Research and Training Center in Mental Retardation. National Inst. of Handicapped Research Computer technology for the handicapped book, Washington, DC. ISBN May 85 File Size: 2MB. No matter which technology one chooses, a person who is blind will probably need a computer, a screen reader, and some training to help learn how to use them.

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Computer & Assistive Technology. A list of state projects helping get computers and other assistive technology to people with disabilities; Ability Hub – Good information on adapting computers for a variety of disabilities; Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access (CATEA)\ Financial resources for.

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Current computer hardware and software can give people with any kind of disability new ways to interact with the world. In this book, The Alliance for Technology Access brings together user-friendly support, information, and up-to-date answers to all your questions including how to make use of conventional, assistive, and information technologies; real-life stories about/5(5).Welcome To Assistive Technology for People Who Are Disabled – Based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, NanoPac has been serving the region’s disabled community since NanoPac supplies products and services for individuals with disabilities (low vision, blindness, reading disabilities, quadriplegia, blind, legally blind, magnifiers, reading machines, magnification, reading glasses.The Disabled Children's Computer Group (DCCG) was started in in El Cerrito, CA by several parents, educators, and assistive technology developers who felt that the new computer technology could assist children and adults with disabilities to speak, write, read, learn, and participate in a larger world.

The founding parents, Jackie and Steve Brand, wanted to find tools that their 7-year.