How speech recognition helps with disability and accessibility

Speech recognition plays an important role in helping us access mobile devices, computers, the web, and a rapidly expanding range of everyday tools ranging from lights, blinds & appliances to cars. 

Speech recognition has become especially beneficial for those people with disabilities and specific accessibility requirements, and for the educators, carers and other professionals working with them.

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Dragonology Online: DARE to Speak!

Ensuring that all students are able to access educational opportunities is a goal close to the hearts of many of us who work with Dragon speech recognition.

Shannon Chapman and Melissa Nicholls from DARE have a special interest in helping school-aged students with literacy disorders via 'traditional' intervention, and assistive technologies.  They join us above Sydney to share their skills and experience with you.