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LipSync Update: The Joystick

July 28, 2016

With the LipSync, the user is able to move their cursor and navigate around their smartphone using a mouthpiece instead of needing to use their hands or fingers. But how is this done? With a joystick.

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LipSync Update: Evolving Design

July 21, 2016

During the course of any design project, the product will go through many changes. Some changes are for aesthetics, others for practicality. Our LipSync is no exception.

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Lily Gets Comfortable on the Computer Again

July 20, 2016

As computers become more and more integral to our world, the skills required to use them have, for many of us, become second nature and something we take for granted. For Lily, this was not the case, yet she was able to find help through the Neil Squire Society’s Computer Comfort program.

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LipSync Update: Connecting with the Community

July 14, 2016

Over the last few months, it’s been Director of Development, Chad Leaman’s goal to connect to the communities and people that can make the LipSync a reality, and one that’s not only accessible in use, but also accessible in cost and availability.

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The Right Service

July 13, 2016

Until he came to the Working Together program, Erick had been out of work in his field for over three years and believed that the gap between jobs on his resume and the perception of his disability were keeping him from finding sustainable employment.

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