Using MRI to monitor brain responses to questions, a patient in Belgium, in a “vegetative state” for 5 years, is reportedly responding to questions by displaying distinct traces of activity on a brain imaging machine that represented either “yes” or “no.” (link).
This has some application to AAC, I just don’t know what it is (link) (from Engadget) Nuvo has just released its $130 Ritmo “Advanced Pregnancy Sound System,” which is a pregnant belly belt composed of four belly-firing speakers, with a built-in iPod pocket, 3.5mm jack and volume-regulating abilities. You could jack in your phone for […]
Recent advances in computer technology have given the disabled more options in the devices they use to communicate. (link).
New from Tom Jakobs
Now Speak Your Texts: Dragon Dictation Appears On The iPhone | Cult of Mac. Dragon Dictate has come out with a free IPhone app. It is getting good reviews from the general public.
YouTube – Discovering Communication. Michael’s intro to his webcast
Take a look at this new website Home :: Early Intervention for young children with autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, and other disabilities.