ATU438 – Universal Design and Aging with Liz Persaud and Carolyn Phillips

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Your weekly dose of information that keeps you up to date on the latest developments in the field of technology designed to assist people with disabilities and special needs.

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Website: www.techsage.gatech.edu

Contact Liz: liz.persaud@gatfl.gatech.edu

Contact Carolyn: carolyn.phillips@gatfl.gatech.edu

Theatre Captions Story: http://bit.ly/31hBZs3

Aging and Autism Story: http://bit.ly/31gTLeL
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