Thursday, April 19, 2007

Technology helps students with disabilities stay on task

Students with ADD are staying organized with PDAs, ear alarms, noise-canceling headphones and vibrating watches. "Use what works for you," advises Brad Levitt, an Idaho psychologist who works with ADD students and adults. (Boise, Idaho)

1 comment:

Aaron said...

With so many people blaming technology for causing disabilities like ADHD it's wonderful to see it doing something to help them get ahead. Thank you for posting this.

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