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Books: Adaptive Technology

New Sign Breaking through Using Educational Technology for Children with Special Needs

authored by Barbara Albers Hill. This is a complete guide to using electronic tablets to help children with ADHD, anxiety, Autism, Down Syndrome, low vision, phyiscal challenges, traumatic brain injury and more.

New Sign Kids on Wheels: A Young Persons Guide to Wheelchair Lifestyle

by Jean Dobbs. This is a two volume set for kids on the lifestyle of using a wheelchair. The second volume is for parents and professionals. This book is available through Amazon.com for $24.95.

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