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  1. A Home You Can Grow Old With
  2. A Traveler With Disabilities Takes On China
  3. Adapting Your Home to Maximize Mobility
  4. Alternative Testing on the Rise: Va. Expands Use of 'Portfolio' to Measure Learning of Challenged Students
  5. Barriers to Worship
  6. Beau, the Guide Dog Who Took the Senate Floor
  7. Bill Seeks to Make Electronics Accessible to Blind, Deaf
  8. Blind May Get Look at Digital Pictures
  9. Complaint: Colleges Violate Blind Students Rights by Adopting Hard-to-Use Google Programs
  10. Congress Passes Bill to Make Internet, Smartphones Accessible for Blind, Deaf
  11. Cued Speech Offers Deaf Children Links to Spoken English
  12. Decorating for a Child With Special Needs
  13. Designing for the Future: As U.S. Population Ages, the Need Grows for Homes Accessible to People with Disabilities
  14. Disabled Cite Need to Improve Wireless Devices
  15. Father’s App Lets Disabled Son ‘Speak’ Thru iPad
  16. For 1st Woman With Bionic Arm, a New Life is Within Reach
  17. For Army Amputee, 2 Steps Forward
  18. For Deaf, Wireless Devices a New Portal to World
  19. For Homebound Seniors, Project's Legal Help and a Caring Voice Are a Phone Call Away
  20. Gallaudet University Adjusts to a Culture That Includes More Hearing Students
  21. Gallaudet University’s New Dorm Designed With Deaf Students in Mind
  22. Germantown Teenager Creates Search Engine to Help a Family Member and Charities
  23. Harvard Kids Use 3D Printing to Help the Blind ‘See’ Paintings
  24. Helping Find Lost Alzheimer's Patients
  25. House Acts to Improve Internet Access for Disabled
  26. How Hearing Loops Can Help
  27. How Newborns are Tested
  28. How to Get Through Airport Security With Medical Disabilities or Equipment
  29. iPads Especially Helpful for Special-Needs Students
  30. Japan Company Developing Sensors for Seniors
  31. Kaspar the Friendly Robot Helps Autistic Kids
  32. Library Takes 'Talking Books' Digital
  33. New Microphones Are Bringing Crystal-Clear Changes
  34. On Veterans Day, Honoring Marine Who Lost Limbs in Afghanistan, but Not Spirit
  35. One Implant Made an Impact. Might Two Do Even More?
  36. Organizing a Homework Space for Special-Needs Children
  37. Paralyzed Woman Moves Robotic Arm With Her Thoughts
  38. Pioneering the Granny Pod: Fairfax County Family Adapts to High-Tech Dwelling That Could Change Elder Care
  39. Putting Patients Back on Main St.
  40. Redskins Ordered to Continue Captions
  41. Saying It With Feeling
  42. Scott Adams, Drawing the Line
  43. Sentence Builder, iWriteWords and Other Apps for Helping a Special-Needs Child
  44. The Best iPad Apps for Special Needs Kids
  45. These Goofy Glasses Could Fix All of Your Sleep Problems
  46. Traveling With a Disability in Europe
  47. Typing Without Touch
  48. Use Google+ for an Easy Home Surveillance System
  49. Va. Launching Portable Housing for Aging Relatives
  50. Video Game Technology Gives Veterans New Lease on Life
  51. Well-Connected Homes for Seniors and Everyone Else
  52. Wheelchair Athlete Wins Right to Race Alongside Runners
  53. Wheelchair-Accessible Taxis Available in Prince George’s

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