People with disabilities have a new tool to help them find the technology that will them more independently live, work, and fully participate in their communities. “Minnesota’s Guide to Assistive Technology” offers resources for people with disabilities, their families, employers, and others trying help them achieve their goals.
Assistive technology refers to technology that can be used by people with disabilities to help them with learning, working, and living. Examples include screen reading software that will read webpages aloud to people with vision loss, or phones with amplified ringers for people with hearing loss.
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