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social inclusion for people who use partner assisted scanning

Understanding one’s need for social inclusion is something I am familiar with from my own life. But I feel like there is a added level of complexity when there is a barrier towards communication. I am the type of person … Continue reading

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Partner assisted scanning

I recently was introduced to the idea of partner assisted scanning.  Having gone to easter seals camps as a teenager this is something that almost comes naturally to me. One of my closest friends from camp communicates primarily with a … Continue reading

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technology that has made my life with cerebral palsy vastly easier

I grew up during the evolution of personal technology. We had our first family computer when I was a young child. I had access to a computer in the classroom in elementary school and probably before, if I really think … Continue reading

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