Posts in 'Assistive Technology'

Predicting Epileptic Seizures, Just Like the Weather

Assistive Technology, In the News

Via: Science & Technology Research News Every morning you wake up and check the weather app on your smartphone, to see if it will rain. If the forecast probability is high enough, let’s say 80 per cent, you decide to bring an umbrella to work. Now, imagine waking up and not knowing if you will... Read More

Electronic Devices Help Non-Verbal Kids Find Their Voice

Assistive Technology, In the News

by Pam Adams, Journal Star/TNS Via DisabilityScoop.com Selah isn’t ready to work yet. Carrie Kerr asks, “Do you want a drink?” Selah grabs a bright pink iPad programmed with more than 3,000 words and matching pictures, including a skunk for a fun kid word like “fart.” Pronouns in yellow-colored boxes, adjectives in blue, nouns in... Read More

Breaking Down Barriers: iPad Helpful Tool for Special-Needs Students

Assistive Technology, Education, In the News

The use of the iPad in education is "ever-expanding and ever-growing" for students with communication or curriculum access needs. Read More

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