New adaptive technology comes with high price tag

09/30/2009 | Journal Gazette (Fort Wayne, Ind.), The

People with disabilities have an increased reliance on technology to help achieve independence at work and at home, and some say the cost of the latest software and assistive devices can be prohibitive. While the prices of some simple technologies -- like scanners for the visually impaired -- have decreased over the years, newer technology such as wireless, voice-activated systems in homes can cost more than $10,000.

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