ATU270 – NuEyes

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Show Notes:
NuEyes with Justin Moore | www.nueyes.com
Making Room for Autism in the Workplace http://buff.ly/29XyqBd
Entrepreneurs push for affordable devices supporting people with disabilities – MedCity News http://buff.ly/2af1TWa
Mum credits Pokémon Go with encouraging son with autism to ‘socialise and interact’ http://buff.ly/2ao5sZr
ATFAQ034 – Q6. Pokemon Go and people with disabilities – Assistive Technology at Easter Seals Crossroads http://buff.ly/2ao5q3R
Pokémon Go: It’s More than Just a Game – Assistive Technology at Easter Seals Crossroads http://buff.ly/2ao5rF5
Tackling the Research Paper: Tips and Tools for Success for People with Vision Loss – AccessWorld® – July 2016 http://buff.ly/2a9eZqt
App review: Skyview Free www.BridgingApps.org

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