Courses

9th January 1998 at 00:00
JANUARY 28 AND APRIL 29

DISABILITY AND COMPUTING FOR LIFE

JANUARY 30

LOW COST, NO COST

The "enabling power of computers" will be demonstrated at these courses to be run in London by Warwick-based national charity, the Computability Centre. Aimed at specialists in occupational therapy, physiotherapy, social work and special needs education, they show how a standard PC can be modified cheaply for use by anyone, with any disability. Fee: Pounds 50 plus VAT. Details: 01926 312847.

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