New Jersey lawyer focusing on special education law and employment law

Category: Assistive Technology

Technology Accessibility in Schools

On May 26, 2011, the U.S. Department of Education published two “Dear Colleague” letters (here and here) and a FAQ on accessible technologies to

Will Humanoid Robots Replace Service Animals?

With apologies to science fiction writer Phillip Dick, do you dream of humanoid robots? Do robots with artificial intelligence strike your fancy?

Visual Safety Alarms in Apartment Units

Listen:  Can you hear the goldfish swim in the water? Listen:  Can you hear the mosquito ringtone? The point I am trying to make is that not

Identifying Money by Color and Touch

The different coins in your pockets are distinguishable by size, thickness, weight, and sometimes by color.  The bills in your wallet, on the other

iPhones, AAC, and Health Care Reform

There can be no question that software applications for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch have become very sophisticated. Many of these apps have given

Web Accessibility for the Blind and Visually Impaired Under the ADA

Unlike music and stand-up comedy, the internet is largely a visual art. Colors, photographs, videos. These are the things that make websites look

iPhone Apps that Help People with Disabilities Be More Independent

One of the great things about the Apple iPhone is that users can download many fun and useful applications that are easy to use and serv