[Technology 1026] Re: Fwd: Re: Assistive Technology
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Mon May 21 11:26:35 EDT 2007
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What exactly is being granted? The Grant applications explains a suite
of software . Is it the Accessibility Suite 7.2 found on the product
Regional Technologist for Central SABES
esnay at qcc.mass.edu
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Subject: [Technology 1025] Fwd: Re: Assistive Technology
I am glad that you found the information from our Bridges to
Practice training on Assistive Technology useful to your program.
Anyone interested in completing a grant application to receive
free assistive technology products from Premier Assistive can access
Rochelle Kenyon, Ed.D.
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6315 Capstan Court
Rockledge, Florida 32955-5765
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