Subject: R | RA1-1270 | Public aspects of medicine | Medicine | Original Research | HT51-1595 | Communities. Classes. Races
Background: Advancements in wireless technology (e.g. cell phones and tablets) have opened new communication opportunities and environments for individuals with severe communication disabilities. The advancement of these technologies poses challenges to ensuring that th... View more
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