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    • 1. Matthew Pucci Jason Huang Hal DeGroat Grant Aarons Disabilities and Technology
    • 2. Technological Impairments
      • Cognitive Impairments
      • Visual Impairments
      • Color Blindness
      • Hearing Impairments
      • Motor Impairments
    • 3. Some Solutions
      • Speech-Recognition Systems  Technology operation in the absence of motor skills.
      • Trackballs work essentially as "upside down" mouse units. Allows people with limited hand and arm motion to spin a rotating ball in the direction they wish the cursor to move, rather than having to move the entire unit.
    • 4. Common Handicap Accessibilities
      • Sticky keys - a keyboard feature where modifier keys will "stick" down and apply to the next keystroke, so that only one key needs to be pressed at a time.
    • 5. Sticky Keys and Other Accessibility Options
    • 6. Accessibility Options are Already in Place
      • How to get to Accessibility Options
      • Click Start Menu
      • Click Settings
      • Control Panel
      • Accessibility Options
    • 7. How to Find Out More (References)
      • Visit the following sites…
      • Disabilities, Assistive Technology
      • and Online Environments
      • http://uwyo.edu/wind/onlinecourseaccessibility/DATO.asp
    • 8. Innovation At Work
    • 9. As you can see, modifications to existing technology allows for more accessibility. Technology is growing to incorporate more people everyday!

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