Assistive Technology in Education - Leveling the Playing Field for Students with Learning Disabilities
Marwa HelmyResearch & Content Creator @ VRapeutic
You can check out the Original Article here, on Yuram's website.
“For most people, technology makes things easier. For people with disabilities, technology makes things possible.” According to the WHO globally, more than one billion people need one or more assistive technology products. Moreover, the WHO states that assistive technology “allows people to live healthy, productive, independent, dignified lives and participate in education, the labor market, and civic life.” Assistive technology has traditionally been designed to be used by individuals with learning disabilities; much of this technology has proved useful to all of us.