In 1988 I was one of the winners from South Australia of a school competition ran by the Office of Multicultural Affairs of the Australian Federal Government. School students were encouraged to create a piece of art or writing that … Continue reading →
So, Christmas is here, a season of contradictions and mixed feelings. It’s ok to feel happy while feeling deep sadness. Enjoy tomorrow by lowering your expectations – not everything will go the way you would like. Try to do something … Continue reading →
Thank you to Nigel and Jeff, of Liberator (Australia), for supporting me behind the scenes with my keynote address at the bi-annual National AGOSCI Conference in Adelaide, Australia, last Saturday morning. I really wanted to provide captions for the keynote … Continue reading →
The blog has been taking a back burner for a while but as I have promoted ssite a bit at AGOSCI National Conference here in Adelaide last week I think I better start writing again.
I would like to … Continue reading →
Bob Segalman writes,
I have always looked up to Governor Brown’s appointment of Ed Roberts as Director of the Department of Rehabilitation in the early 1970s. At that time, I was one of the first state employees with significant … Continue reading →
I just purchased TextAloud and I thought that you would like to get it too. TextAloud uses computer voices to read anything aloud on your PC or makes MP3 files so you can listen to your reading portably.
I use … Continue reading →
Are you an AAC user? Do you ever use the telephone, send text messages or emails, use text chat or even video calls? If so, you might be interested in being part of a research project exploring various telecommunications services.
Well, it has been a long time in the planning. About 2 years ago, Cathy, a friend,suggested to me to go the ISAAC Conference which is being held in Barcelona, Spain, and after much planning and organising there’s one more … Continue reading →
A fundraiser to change the world and end human trafficking
Adelaide West Uniting Church
June 27th, 6pm
Free entry – an … Continue reading →