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New assistive technology makes strides within the disabled community

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Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014

By Wynne Mancini

MESA– Mesa-based company Eye Tech is using a donated technology to assist disabled people in controlling a computer screen with the movement of their eyes. The new technology makes it easier for a disabled person to do things on their own. Howard Bell, head person for the non-profit Boundary Breakers, suffers from infantile spinal muscular atrophy explains how the technology has changed his life in the blink of an eye.