Computer resources for people with disabilities: a guide to exploring today's assistive technology

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Hunter House, 1994 - Computers - 284 pages
Tells readers with disabilities and those who care for them how to use computers to compensate for speech and language problems, vision and hearing loss, paralysis, and other handicaps, and includes listings of technological resources and support groups. Simultaneous.

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Produced through the collaborative efforts of the Alliance for Technology Access (ATA) staff and support group, this well-organized work is an invaluable and much-needed reference tool for all types ... Read full review

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Introduction
3
As You Become an Expert
109
Sharing What You Learn
120
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