Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Science, Engineering, and Innovation (HuffPo)

We all know in our heads that science, engineering, and the work of creative people influence our everyday lives. But sometimes it feels more personal.
Chad Ruble's mother had a stroke some years ago and was left with aphasia. According to the National Aphasia Association, about 1 million Americans have aphasia, an impairment of the ability to process language -- in speaking and listening, and usually also in reading and writing. Today's networks can connect us with almost everyone else in the world, but for people with severe aphasia, more is needed. Ordinary phone conversation and email pose challenges.
Read the rest on the Huffington Post.

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