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Magazine articles of special interest to people with disabilities.
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July 8, 2004
Sean Michael Kerner
AOL Adds IM Service for Hearing Impaired The Internet service provider America Online is unveiling a free service that combines instant messaging and telecommunications relay services to further enable instant messaging communication for the hearing impaired. mark for My Articles 320 similar articles
Financial Advisor
June 2004
Dan Sullivan
An Industry Transformer Mary Anne Ehlert has found a unique and rewarding way to set her business apart. The Ehlert Financial Group has developed "The Process for Protected Tomorrows" which offers financial solutions for people who have relatives with disabilities. mark for My Articles 26 similar articles
Financial Advisor
June 2004
Jeff Schlegel
Special Needs Planning Requires Pioneering Spirit There isn't a lot of information out there to help financial professionals deal with the special needs of clients with disabled family members. mark for My Articles 203 similar articles
June 2004
Naomi Lubick
Touching the Stars A professor at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania is one of many researchers and teachers making the physical sciences visible to students who are visually impaired or blind. mark for My Articles 213 similar articles
May 31, 2004
Toddi Gutner
Disabled -- But Financially Secure Supplemental care trusts provide for an offspring without forfeiting public aid. A look at Merrill Lynch's Special Needs Financial Services group. mark for My Articles 182 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
May 2004
Geoffry Fletcher
Technology for All Students The White House recently released a report detailing the progress the administration has made in removing barriers to assistive technologies, giving people with disabilities full access to all aspects of American life. Few, if any, of these efforts have made it to the schools yet. mark for My Articles 332 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
May 2004
Phil Mackall
Interactive Whiteboards Enhance the Learning Experience for Deaf, Hard-of-Hearing Students Using SMART Board interactive whiteboards, teachers are able to use a computer in the classroom while remaining at the front of the class where students can see and understand sign language. mark for My Articles 923 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
May 2004
News Briefs - World Book Online Reference Center To make its Web content accessible to all students, World Book has announced changes to its subscription-based World Book Online Reference Center that comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
PC Magazine
May 4, 2004
Alexandra Robbins
Robo Power Walking Members of UC Berkeley's engineering department showcased the Berkeley Lower Extremity Exoskeleton (BLEEX), one of the first advanced exoskeletons to provide muscular assistance to humans. Within two years BLEEX should be available for soldiers and firefighters. Eventually, it could help disabled people walk. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
February 2, 2004
Erin Joyce
Infragistics Rolls New .NET Tools New presentation-layer tools for the .NET platform are geared for programmers with disabilities too. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
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