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This guide from Microsoft provides information about accessibility and accessible technology to help educators and therapists worldwide ensure that all students have equal access to learning with technology.
Assistive technology products are specialty hardware and software products (such as screen readers and voice recognition products) that provide essential accessibility to computers for those with significant vision, hearing, dexterity, language, or learning needs.
I am an engineer working on a project out of Arizona State University trying to improve manual wheelchair technology. Right now, we are trying to identify which problems with manual wheelchairs are most critical to solve.
If any physicians or therapists who work with wheelchair users on a regular basis are interested in talking for 15 minutes over the phone or corresponding electronically, it would help immensely.
I can be reached via Facebook, email@example.com, or (805)748-7206. Thank you!