Eye-tracking device helps Ohio students communicate

05/8/2013 | Lancaster Eagle-Gazette (Ohio)

Teachers and therapists at Forest Rose School in Lancaster, Ohio, are using eye-tracking technology to help students with disabilities control computers for communication. Purchased with a locally funded $32,000 grant, the technology is being used with students who have little control over their speech and body movements to allow faster communication. "It's working because the kids see how fast it is, and they are getting a response," said Megan Worthington, a preschool speech therapist.

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