Reviews of Books, and Other Disability Related Materials and Products
Below are reviews of books and other disability related materials and equipment. These reviews are strictly for informational purposes and do indicate an endorsement of either the author's point of view or the reviewers point of view.
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Review of the Shoe and Boot Valet
Review of BAZWNG
Review of AMS Vans newsletter
AMS Vans newsletter is a splendid amalgamation of both professionalism and community outreach.
Review of That’s Like Me
Jill Lauren’s That’s Like Me! Helps children identify with people who have learning difficulties at an early age.
Speech Assistant Product Review
The Speech Assistant is quite an effective device for making phone calls for people with speech impairments
Review of Senior Smart Puzzles
These will keep you sharp!!!!
Review of CallXpress from AVST
This is an innovative telecommunications product that helps to solve many accessibility issues involved with email, voice mail, and Unified Communications.
Review of Take Brave Steps
Inspirational book for anyone facing traumatic or life altering situations!
Review of CG-Lock
For those that ride or drive in cars or other vehicles with factory-installed seatbelts, there is a new, inexpensive product that enhances your comfort, stability and comfort: the CG-Lock.
Review of Ableplay.org
AblePlay.org ( http://www.ableplay.org ) is a toy rating system and website that provides comprehensive information on toys for children with special needs so parents, special educators, therapists and others can make the best play choices for the children in their lives with disabilities.
Review of Dragon Naturally Speaking Video Guide
Review of an outstanding instructional video by Dan Newman
Review of Cordblood.com
Stepping Out of the Box
Inspirational Web Site about Spinal Cord Injury Created by Kris Ann Piazza
Review of the Cordblood Web Site
It approaches the subject of stem cell research in an open, honest, and careful way.
The Dictionary of Perfect Spelling
By Christine Maxwell
Blind Traveler Down a Dark River
by Robert Bennett
The Caregiver's Essential Hand Book
by Sasha Carr, MS., and Sandra Choron
The Disability Experience: A Healing Journey
Job-Hunting for the So-Called Handicapped
by Dale Susan Brown and Richard Nelson Bolles
Learning a Living A Guide to Planning Your Career and Finding a Job for People with Learning Disabilities, Attention Deficit Disorder, and Dyslexia
by Dale Susan Brown
Leonardo's Laptop Human Needs and the New Computing Technologies
by Ben Shneiderman
Nick’s Gallery NEW!
by Gill James
Nursing Students with Disabilities
by Donna Carol Maheady Ed.D., C.P.N.P., RN
A Pattern of Silent Tears
by Mariana Ruybalid
Technology for Communication and Cognitive Treatment: The Clinician's Guide
New Book Unveils Innovative Approach to Jump-Start Rehabilitation and Special Education efforts.
Teach Yourself CSS in 24 Hours
by Kynn Bartlett