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Posted Friday, May 16, 2014

Thanks to a special Ontario government funding, two new hydraulic computer workstations, along with the most recent version of the JAWS assistive technology program, have been added to the PHIRST LINK Computer lab.  The rosewood desk surfaces have ample work space, and they can be electronically raised and lowered, providing universal access for persons who use office chairs, manual wheelchairs, and power chairs.  The JAWS program provides up to date screen reading capability...
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