This week on program 452 of New Horizons, we join the Round Table on Information Access for people with print disabilities in celebrating the achievements of a man who has become an institution in the Adaptive Technology sector. Neil Jarvis, president of the Round Table, tells us all about this year’s recipient of the Tammy Axelson Lifetime Achievement award, which since 2009 has been presented to people who have had a significant impact on the Print Disability sector.
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