Monday, April 21, 2008

Technology allows students with disabilities to shine

With the aid of the right assistive technology, Boston students with severe disabilities are able to keep up with their mainstream classmates in ways never before imagined, special-educators say. "In the old days, it used to be the pencil and that's all it was," said occupational therapist Beth Lloyd. "I think technology just opens up a lot more possibilities for kids with a variety of abilities." The Boston Globe

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