Computer Resources for People With Disabilities : A Guide to Exploring Today's Assistive Technology forward by Stephen Hawking, the Alliance for Technology Access; Hunter House,1996.An essential resource for those with disabilities tells how to use the computer technology that now exists to overcome or minimize physical problems with speech, learning impairments, paralysis, and more.
Assistive Technology A Resource for School, Work, and Community Edited by K. Flippo, M.R.A.et al (Brookes Publishing 1995) Bringing together a number of nationally recognized authors, this book discusses the application of assistive technology in various environments: school, work, and community.
Designing and Using Assistive Technology The Human Perspective Edited by D. Gray, Ph.D., et al Written by professionals who have firsthand experience with assistive technology, this book presents a holistic perspective on how and why people choose and use AT.
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