Assistive Technology User Gains First Class Degree

A man paralysed from the neck down less than five years ago has gained a First Class Honours degree in Politics and Philosophy.  Rob Camm, 23, used head movements to control his computer’s mouse pointer along with voice-recognition software to write his thesis.

This is yet another example of how assistive technology can complement the hard work and determination of disabled people to produce incredible achievements.

You can read the full story on the BBC website.

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