For many individuals with math-related learning disabilities, approaching math problems with only pencil and paper can be a strenuous and intimidating process. Thankfully, there is now a multitude of digital options for approaching a wide range of mathematics problems. From apps available on iOS or android to Chrome extensions that can be accessed from any […]
Programs are currently in place to assist with funding assistive technology for people who are experiencing a barrier in the workplace due to a disability, an injury, or a chronic medical condition such as back, neck, and/or shoulder pain or carpal tunnel syndrome. Employees and employers are urged to take advantage of them. Approximately 550,000 British Columbians identify as having a disability and over 80% of them use some kind of aid or assistive device on a daily basis.