From voice-activated software to customized laptops, tech is changing the way disabled students communicate, learn, and play. Read more about these inspiring stories at Edutopia.org: http://www.edutopia.org/assistivetechnology
Ellen uses Assistive Technology to go about her day to day life – both at home and in college. Ellen has Cerebral Palsy and has difficulty controlling her body – she is able to access her Assistive Technology using two head switches. Through these head switches, Ellen is able to drive her powered chair, communicate with people, access the computer and internet and control her TV and household equipment.