Assistive technology is used to aid independent living

03/29/2010 | Dallas Morning News (free registration), The

An advocacy group in Texas is helping people with disabilities live independently with the help of assistive technology. The North Texas branch of United Cerebral Palsy receives state and private funding to help provide expensive devices such as the ERICA II system, which is allowing a woman with cerebral palsy who cannot speak or type to communicate using a computerized voice that she controls by staring at phrases on a computer screen.

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