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Providing state-of-the-art assistive technology for youth who are blind or visually impaired is a top priority for the KCBAS Foundation. Because visual impairments are low incidence disabilities, the adapted technology is very expensive, and it also becomes outdated quickly. KCBAS works to provide access to the most advanced equipment available to increase skill development and employment. Assistive technology includes access to print and Internet information through computers, electronic note takers, screen readers and magnifiers, reading machines, and Braille translation software.

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