New IT project for disabled

14th May 2004 at 01:00
A pound;1 million IT project to help disabled children communicate launched in Kingston, Surrey in April.Schools'

minister Stephen Twigg opened the "Access to IT" scheme at Warren Park Childrens' Centre. The centre - for 66 disabled youngsters aged between eight and 20 - is the first of five.

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