Visibility Vol 7 Issue 2, 2013

2012 Envision Assistive Technology (AT) Camp Program Results

Over the past 30 years, computer access, training and competence have become fundamental components for participation in the areas of socialization and recreation. However, computer literacy is still most important, in fact essential, in the areas of education and employment. Providing career development training for adolescents and teenagers, including the development of computer skills, has been shown to be an effective method of minimizing the social isolation that accompanies disability. Computer literacy also translates into increased independence and productivity, and maximized academic and career success, which are essential overall measures of quality of life.

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