Assistive tech is a hotbed of innovation

Holly Palmer’s 5-year-old son, Maceo, is a marvel to her; a bright light whose glow she believes could sweep him into adulthood capable of designing buildings, writing symphonies or falling in love. Granted, he has a few challenges due to cerebral palsy, such as the inability to sit up, speak, move from one point to another or eat without a tube.

His eyes do his talking.

Her optimism is supported by the rapid development of assistive technology introduced to him at 14....

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