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AT in the news for the week of 10/22-10/26. These are just some of the articles that we recently tweeted about. Read all our posts via the MDTAP Twitter account.

Statue Of Liberty Gets Accessibility Upgrade

Dotris – a computer game played on a refreshable Braille display

Israeli-developed smartphone gives the blind new-found access to apps

Devices Can be Damaged by Airport Security Scanners

‘Smartpen’ Pilot Program Helps Students with Disabilities

Justice Department Settles with Maryland Restaurant Over Accessibility Violations

Blind single mother goes full steam on writing career  

The Accessible Home: Designing for All Ages & Abilities – New Book by Architect Deborah Pierce

Professor speaks about technology’s influence on disability perception

National Federation of the Blind Takes On E-Text Pilots

The Hunt for an Affordable Hearing Aid

Motorola HC1 Headset Computer with voice recognition and gesture control

Battles at Home Veterans With Disabilities Often Face in Finding Work

Technology can dramatically reduce caregiving costs

Vet Walks On New Legs, With A Little Help From Mom

N. Aurora man helps deaf community with new app

Thinking outside the box is easy at multi-million dollar invention center

Smartphone app ENGAGE delivers location specific deaf community events & news updates in ASL.

Girl Who Went Naked For A Month: A True Sensory Disorder Tale

Deaf-blind music teacher honoured

Recovery from Debilitating Sepsis Infection Aided by Tech, Community Support and a Positive Spirit, Says Survivor

Scuba Technology Opens the Underwater World to Those with Disabilities

Making life easier for the disabled

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