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Hessa Omar - Case Study 3

Hessa Omar is a 7 year old child who has been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and is a student at the Shafallah Center for Children with Special Needs, a leading rehabilitation facility in Qatar

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Jassim Mubark - Case Study 2

Jassim Mubarak has been working in the private sector in Qatar for more than twenty years. However, a medical condition has meant that Jassim has been losing his vision progressively over time

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Reem Ahmed - Case Study 1

Reem Ahmed has been using the internet for a very long time. During her free time at home, Reem goes online to stay in touch with friends and family who are based in different countries around the world, and to update her cooking blog with the latest recipes that she has come up with in the kitchen. Recently, however, Reem has been experiencing a tremendous amount of pain when trying to type

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Software and AT

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Memory and concentration are directly related . Many memory complaints have  nothing to do with the actual ability to remember things but come from a failure to focus on the task at hand.
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Emergent Literacy

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Emergent literacy a concept that refers to behaviors used by young children as they interact with books and print materials even prior to the children actually reading and writing in the conventional sense. It is concerned with the early phases of literacy development the period between birth and the time when children read and write conventionally.

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CNIB EnAbling Change: Braille display and other adaptive technology

Part of CNIB's EnAbling Change video series developed with support from the Government of Ontari

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ACE Centre North - Claire

This video features Claire, a student at imperial college, who uses PC-based

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