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Assistive Media works to heighten the educational, cultural, and quality-of-living standards for people with disabilities by providing free, copyright-approved, high-caliber audio literary works to the world-wide disability community. Browse by Topic or Publication through hundreds of publications. They are available for download or by podcast.
*COGLINK is a personalized, simple-to-use, safe email program for people with cognitive disabilities. It comes with automated training and unlimited access to friendly HELPDESK staff for questions and troubleshooting. There is a low monthly fee for this service.
LiveBinders is your 3-ring binder for the Web. Collect and organize resources. It is free.
*These websites are provided for information only. The Sherlock Center does not endorse these websites and is not responsible for the materials/subscriptions purchased.
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