Assistive Technology

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NOTE The information in most of this Web page is up-to-date as of January 1996. Since then, some things have changed. As of 2005, cellular phones with SMS capability are widely used, and so are Webcams (videophones). Also, unlike the situation at 1996, most of the information you need is now available from decent Web search engines such as Google. See also the following:
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2005 Nov 26
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Introduction Note: This WWW page is not complete. More information about required and desirable features, reviews, models, prices, etc. is welcome. WITHDRAWN Information about some alarm systems, which was current as of 1995, has been withdrawn.
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2005 Nov 29
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Note: this page is not complete. More information about various models, prices, features, reviews, etc. is welcome. Introduction There are various types of alarm clocks:
  • Shake-awake
  • Strobe lights
The alarm clocks are obtainable from vendors of assistive devices.
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2005 Nov 26
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Introduction This page contains some information about assistive listening devices. Most of the material in this Web page is up to date as of July 1996. Other sources of information about assistive listening devices:
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2005 Dec 25
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Description
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2005 Oct 23
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Introduction Computer Assisted Notetaking (CAN) is a method for making lecture (or speech) notes for helping deaf people follow those discussions. The notetaker summarizes (and types on the computer) whatever is being said. No attempt is made to faithfully reproduce all uttrances of the speakers.
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1996 Jan 7
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Home pages of professionals involved with hearing aids Note:
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1996 Feb 22
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The information in this Web page is up to date as of March 1996. Since then there were several developments in the subject.

This WWW page lists links to other WWW pages, which contain details about the impact of EMI on the proper operation of hearing aids and other assistive listening devices used by hard of hearing people.

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2005 Nov 30
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