Student with cerebral palsy uses technology to pursue goals

03/30/2010 | Dallas Morning News (free registration), The

A nonprofit group is helping to provide assistive technology to allow a 22-year-old student with cerebral palsy to complete college and pursue a career in clothing design. Marcus Bowden uses a tennis-ball-sized joystick to control a computer that helps him complete his schoolwork as well as communicate on social-networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter. "It helps me communicate with my family and friends," Bowden said.

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