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It’s been a long, cold week here in Baltimore. Now it’s time to relax with a cup of hot coffee and catch up on all the week’s AT news. We hope you do the same. Happy reading…

AT in the news for the week of 1/20 – 1/24

Makeup with embedded electronics helps the disabled control their devices

A Deaf-Blind Person’s Take on Android BrailleBack

Tablet turns into a lifesaver for autistic children

Hereward College students design and print 3D gadgets

InnerVoice App Uses 3D Animated Avatars to Improve Communication for Children with Autism & Special Needs

Ghotit Releases the first Android Writing & Reading Solution for People with Dyslexia

AT for the Bee Keeper: The Rotatable Bee Hive system

Technology Gives Students with Disabilities Access to College Courses

What do you think of the AFB website? Take their survey and enter to win an iPad mini!

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High-tech upgrades let aging boomers live independently in their own homes longer

Lighthouse Celebrates Valentine’s Day by Launching New Line of Braille Greeting Cards

Robotics and automation, employment, and aging Baby Boomers

New device makes wheelchairs obsolete

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