Physical functional diversity

Malcolm Bellamy's Lifelong Learning Blog - For those people who want to see what technology can really do to aid learning I would suggest that they see the above video.
Continues on the original blog -By using Dragon Naturally Speaking, “I can quickly dictate my notes as soon as I am finished with the call while it is still fresh in my mind,” says Kirkland. Not only are the notes accurate, they are completed in much less time than it would have taken him to type them.
Continues on the Business Insider news (access problem to the original news)

PRWeb - Researchers of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU)'s Department of Rehabilitation Sciences have developed a novel treatment for people with hemiplegic arms because of stroke or unilateral cerebral palsy in order to speed up their recovery. Coined "Remind to move," the treatment requires the patients to wear a specially made sensory cueing wristwatch (SCW-V2), which is designed to provide pertinent sensory signals at a fixed interval.


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