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Magazine articles of special interest to people with disabilities.
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Home Toys
October 2002
Craig Chadwick
Television Control Interface for Handicapped Users This article provides an example of how the HomeVision home automation controller might be used by a handicapped individual. mark for My Articles 48 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
September 2002
Sam Dempsey
North Carolina School District Streamlines Its Special Education Management System Our district, located in central North Carolina, faced the challenge of upgrading its special education management system in a way that facilitated program evaluation, compliance monitoring and accountability tracking. mark for My Articles 183 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
September 2002
Anne Kim
Lofty Grant Program Benefits Learning-Disabled Students Based in DeWitt, Mich., Premier Programming Solutions is giving away its Accessibility Suite to any school that cannot afford to buy assistive software for its learning-disabled students. mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
September 4, 2002
Gary Presley
Pity the nutty professor As a gimp, I watched the Muscular Dystrophy Telethon with disdain -- until Jerry's real kid told Larry King she felt "sad" for her daddy. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
April 2002
Cathy Young
Sound Judgment Does curing deafness really mean cultural genocide? mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
U.S. Banker
February 2002
Mark Bruno
ATMs Learn New Tricks Visually impaired people have learned how to bank at ATMs the hard way, but talking ATMs represent a very real solution to a problem that has plagued automated banking for years... mark for My Articles 220 similar articles
December 1, 2001
John Edwards
Eyesight to the Blind A team of researchers from three universities is working on artificial vision technologies that could one day detect visual patterns as effectively as the human brain... mark for My Articles 71 similar articles
August 2001
John Hockenberry
The Next Brainiacs If puppetry is the clever mapping of human characteristics onto a nonhuman object, then disability is the same mapping onto a still-human object. Getting good at being disabled is like discovering an alternative platform. Science is bringing us closer to becoming puppet masters... mark for My Articles 123 similar articles
July 2001
Evan Ratliff
Born to Run Microchips promise to make artificial legs as good as new. Fast-forward amputees are remaking life and limb on their own. The race is on... mark for My Articles 116 similar articles
June 6, 2001
Lorenzo W. Milam
Jerry Lewis speaks the truth The veteran comedian is in trouble with the militant disabled for using words like "cripple" and "pity." They're wrong; he's right... mark for My Articles
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