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It’s getting cold outside but these stories will warm up all our thinking gears. There are dictionaries for those with dyslexia, a head controlled smartphone, some AT-related webinars (to get your learning on), and much more. So, put your reading & thinking cap on and cozy up with this week’s AT in the news, 11/10 thru 11/14.

Can Our Eye Movements While Watching Television Reveal the Presence of Glaucoma?

More customizations in our educational & accessible iPad keyboards – AssistiveWare

New assistive technology makes strides within the disabled community

The Center on Technology and Disability (CTD) is pleased to announce the first Café event

Going green is good, but could architect be doing more for aging people and veterans?

Tech tools for writers w/dyslexia. Free webinar w/ AT consultant Jamie Martin, 11/19 @ 1-2pm ET

The Practical Guide to the Future of Medicine

The Prosthetics Industry Gets A Human Touch

Head-controlled smartphone is perfect for the disabled

Robotic legs for the disabled

Refreshable Braille gets an engineer’s touch

Easter Seals Washington receives Comcast Assistive Technology Grant

AT & Employment Webinar Series- A Review of Lesser Known Funding Sources and Strategies for Work-Related Assistive Technology

For Dyslexics, A Font And A Dictionary That Are Meant To Help

In Self-Driving Cars, a Potential Lifeline for the Disabled

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