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“The Illustrated Guide to Assistive Technology and Devices” by Suzanne Robitaille is Ranked Bestseller

“The Illustrated Guide to Assistive Technology and Devices” by Suzanne Robitaille is a self-help tool for people with disabilities that enables readers to live more independently and enhance the quality of their lives. Amazon.com has recently rated this publication as the bestselling book on assistive technology.

The Guide is organized according to disability and easily explains the best type of device for a multiple situations, home, work, on the road, or at school.

Suzanne Robitaille, the founder and editor of Abledbody.com, is a writer, blogger and disability advocate who has real experience with disability. She lost her hearing at age four and grew up profoundly deaf. Through her company, abledbody, she also provides editorial and communications services, with a specialty in workplace disability issues. Abledbody was recently certified as a disability-owned business enterprise by the U.S. Business Leadership Network.

The Illustrated Guide to Assistive Technology and Devices is available in quality trade paperback for a list price of $19.95. It is published by Demos Health, distributed by Publishers Group West and is also available through Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, and all major bookstores and outlets.

For the entire press release see: The Illustrated Guide to AT Reaches #1

 

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