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  • Level: GCSE
  • Subject: Drama
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How ICT helps people with disabilities.

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(For an example of enrolment text, please see What Is Speech Recognition) Depending upon the speech recognition software, thereReport C (Jan 6 � 17) A person with special/particular needs In 3(c) students look at the needs of a person with special or particular needs. They should look at how ICT helps this person deal with his/her disability, and with other aspects of his/her life. It is not appropriate to investigate a range of individuals with different disabilities. Unit 3 Report C How ICT helps people with disabilities Introduction In this Report I will write about how ICT has evolved for people with disabilities, and what the disabled people use instead of the normal devices and software. First off I will list the disabilities that people may have. Examples of types of disabilities are: Sensory disability. Physical disability. Learning difficulties. Language. I will choose to look at the things that help people with learning disabilities. The learning disability is a vast category out of the four, as it applies for all the disabilities as it slows down the learning process. Learning Disabilities First off as learning disabilities is such a big category I will bullet point the learning disabilities that are know to us. Speech Recognition Blind & Visually Impaired Cognitive Disabilities Deaf and Hard of Hearing Electronics aids to daily living Mouse Alternatives Keyboard Alternatives Switch Access Text-to-speech Augmentative Communication Not all of these categories are just learning disabilities some are sensory and others are physical, but say a person is deaf this is a sensory disabilities Speech Recognition There are two uses for speech recognition these are Dictation and Computer control. ...read more.

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