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Assistive technologies for deaf-blind children

Provides publications, website links, PowerPoint slides, and other resources on assistive technologies for deaf-blind children.
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This website provides publications, website links, PowerPoint slides, and other resources on assistive technologies for deaf-blind children. These technologies can help deaf-blind children communicate with others or learn in school.

This website, and most of the resources provided, are accessible for blind or deafblind people using screen reading software.

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