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Assistive technologies

Assistive technologies is the help people with disabilities to outsource value chain functions to separate providers. The software resides at the ASP’s site.


Assistive technologies is the help people with disabilities use their computers to communicate over the Net. These include voice –activated computers, large –type screen displays, type-to-speech or Braille, speech-to- text telephony, and eye gaze-to-type.

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