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Human Services Students Host Assistive Technology Expo

Youngsters from the Children's Learning Center experiment with a video magnifier with help from Brian Sherwood of Sage Vision Technology. A visitor gets a feel for one of many wheelchairs on display. Human services students at Penn College presented the second Assistive Technology Expoon Fridayin the Field House. The expo featured a broad range of services and equipment to assist individuals with disabilities. The displays focused on mobility, recreation, communication, tracking systems, home accessibility and education. The five student organizers are enrolled in a course called Technology and Human Services, taught by LaRue R. Reese, assistant professor of human services and social sciences.

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