Publication Date: July 2007
Publisher: Children's Partnership
Author(s): Jessica Rothschuh; Wendy Lazarus; April KirkHart
Research Area: Media, telecommunications, and information; Science and technology
Keywords: digital opportunity; disabled children; broadband
The second in a series on how broadband benefits children, this issue brief examines how children with disabilities use broadband and other technologies. The report concludes that while technology gives children with special needs new opportunities, they are substantially less likely than their peers without disabilities to have access to computers, the Internet, and accessible and assistive technology.
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