Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Assistive technologies revolutionize learning for people with disabilities

Hardware and software devices that read text aloud, translate speech into text and spell-check even handwritten words are revolutionizing the reading and writing process for many with learning disabilities. Two Web sites offer information on such resources: SchwabLearning.org is for children with learning disabilities and Interdys.org is for those with dyslexia. The Indianapolis Star/The Washington Post

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