Adapted Innovation: Technology Resources for Kids Who are Blind

Adapted Innovation

Julie Johnson is a Teacher of the Visually Impaired and an Assistive Technology Specialist. She writes about technology resources for all children with visual impairments and all other disabilities on her blog. She shares ideas in the areas of Assitive and Educational Technology: new ipad technology, funding options, implementation ideas, and new ideas integrating low and high technology into a child’s daily routines.

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