Alisa Brownlee, ATP, CAPS blog offers recent articles and web information on ALS, assistive technology--augmentative alternative communication (AAC), computer access, and other electronic devices that can impact and improve the quality of life for people with ALS.
Any views or opinions presented on this blog are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of the ALS Association.
Developments in assistive technologies are removing
barriers for many.
Assistive technology has come a long way in serving a
sometimes marginalized population. A host of innovative products and services
are now available to aid those who cannot speak, hear, see, or move, with
offerings that run the gamut from voice-controlled wheelchairs to Roger Ebert's
synthesized voice, all thanks to advancements in speech technology.