I Can Soar: Angie

American Institutes for Research

Voice-output assistive technology of varying difficulty levels help Angie, a 5-year old with cerebral palsy, participate in class and communicate with her family at home. With the appropriate training, even her older sister can program culturally specific recordings so Angie can use them in conversation. Watch this video to see how.

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