Low Tech Solutions
dowden at u.washington.edu
Tue Jan 2 21:42:18 PST 1996
My first impulse was the same as the Eastern Washington group. I could
write volumes and I wouldn't know where to begin. I propose that there
are two ways to narrow the topic for discussion.....
1) Did the person making the original request for low-tech solutions have
a particular need or a particular interest? (AAC, Computer Access,
2) How about if each of the questions that get posted has a reminder to
us all that you are always looking for low tech as well as high tech
solutions. We might add more of the low tech stuff that way.
Patricia Dowden, Ph.D., CCC-Sp <dowden at u.washington.edu>
Coordinator, Children's Adaptive Technology Service
Children's Hospital & Medical Center
4800 Sand Point Way, NE
Seattle, WA 98105
On Tue, 2 Jan 1996, Karen Ozmun wrote:
> A lot of people call our Center and are looking for "low tech" and
> less expensive solutions to their assistive technology needs. In the
> future, we'd like to talk about some of these "real life low tech successes"
> in our newsletter.
> Please let us know about some of the low tech adaptations you or someone
> you know have used so we can share them with others. Thanks!
> Karen Ozmun
> A. T. Resource Center, Box 357920
> Seattle, WA 98195-7920
> 206/685-4181 V 800/841-8345 V/TTY
> 206/616-1396 TTY 206/543-4779 FAX
> karenoz at u.washington.edu
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