With new environments can come new barriers for people with disabilities as we learn to adapt to new circumstances of working from home, participate in virtual meetings, and teach in virtual classrooms. The following resources and assistive technologies have been temporarily been made free of charge and become widely accessible for home use during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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