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Workstation Ergonomics Do’s and Don’ts

To increase efficiency and reduce or eliminate the possibility of harm (e.g. neck/back pain, repetitive stress injury, vision problems), products that are advertised as “ergonomic” may be appealing. Buyer beware!

Workstation Ergonomics Do’s and Don’ts2019-01-08T20:17:45+00:00

Assistive Technology for Stuttering

Fluency devices (or apps) allow a user to hear their own speech with an altered pitch and a slight time delay. This creates a "choral speech effect" which has been shown to dramatically reduce stuttering.

Assistive Technology for Stuttering2018-06-08T15:43:26+00:00

AT for Distinguishing Colors

Color Vision Deficiency (CVD) is the inability to distinguish between some colors and shades. Most people with this condition can identify some colors. Few people are totally "color blind."

AT for Distinguishing Colors2018-05-07T14:37:07+00:00

Speak Up! AT for Voice Amplification

A school teacher acquired an injury to her vocal cords during a surgery and is not able to maintain a typical speech volume throughout the course of her day.

Speak Up! AT for Voice Amplification2018-03-23T12:39:10+00:00
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