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Cognitive Disabilities

Sprint Releases Cognitive Accessibility Apps

June 2014 – Sprint Good WorksSM launched their Neurodiversity ID Pack, a mobile applications collection assisting consumers with neurodevelopmental disabilities and cognitive conditions, such as autism, dyspraxia, and dyslexia. As the third largest wireless networking corporation in the U.S., Sprint is demonstrating their commitment to wireless accessibility with this collection of apps, weblinks, educational tools, developmental games for children, and support apps for parents.

Call For Participants: Cognitive Accessibility Task Force

November 2013 — The newly developed W3C Cognitive Accessibility Task Force is seeking new members.

The State of the States in Cognitive Disability and Technology

The Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities will host their 12th annual conference, The State of the States in Cognitive Disabilities and Technology, on November 2, 2012 at the Westin Westminster Hotel in Westminster, Colorado.  The conference will “cover an annual review of the state of the economy, the state of federal disability policy and law, and the state of technology with projections for the future and explorations of impact on quality of life for people with cognitive disabilities.”

Start Date: 
Friday, November 2, 2012 - 8:30am
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