I believe wearable technology has huge implications for those with disabilities. In fact, I believe wearable technology will do more for children and adults with disabilities than tablets.
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We dreamed of creating an affordable communication app, which could give the the verbally challenged a voice. It needed to be mobile, simple, and flexible. Quick Talk AAC was the result, and it has been helping those in silence speak ever since.
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Looking forward into the future of our work at Digital Scribbler and E-Soccer we must focus on the important, so more people will receive the help they desperately need. Giving in to the fear of the important to work at the emotionally easy task of the urgent feels good today, but will leave many miserable for a lifetime.
You haven’t taught until they have learned attributed to John Wooden My parents made certain we attended incredible schools, but my mom wouldn’t teach in them. There...
“How to Succeed at Inclusion” first appeared on the Friendship Circle Blog. It has now been picked up on the SF Chronicle website SF Gate.
The Friendship Circle is one of my favorite special needs resources. They provide a consistent variety of insightful and practical content. You can imagine my surprise when...
This 60 minutes interview with Bill Gates is called Bill Gates 2.0. Two words describe it – “Simply Inspiring!” I heard Bill Gates speak years ago in San...