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Online Courses at Walter Reed Use Assistive Technologies

An Information Technology Certification and Training program for veterans with traumatic brain injuries is now being offered online. The training program began in 2006 at Walter Reed and has provided assistive technologies, such as ZoomText Magnification Software, Dragon Speech-Recognition Software and assistive keyboards. Most recently, the program is being offered to veterans as an online course that requires users to participate with the on-site class with their home computers and a web cam. The classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.

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