What works: Camp trains students to be assistive tech ninjas

By Nicole Krueger 10/1/2017

Some summer camps teach archery or horsebackriding skills. The Bridges Assistive Tech Camp gives kids digital superpowers for pushing past their learning barriers.
By the time they return to middle school in the fall, campers with a variety of learning disabilities will have mastered all sorts of tools and hacks for succeeding in school.

“We’re providing them with tools that help bridge the gap in their reading and writing....

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