The increasing variety and affordability of assistive technology devices is making it easier for people with disabilities to participate more fully in life, Stephen Bennett, CEO of United Cerebral Palsy, writes in this blog post. Offering examples of devices and software developed by UCP, Bennett writes about how a man with cerebral palsy uses a $199 software program to write books and poetry. "Technology has increased this independence, helping to build bridges toward an inclusive society," Bennett writes.

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