Joseph Boggs, who has hearing and vision problems, used a Braille display device connected to his iPad. Joseph, 13, has grown confident with technology thanks to training by the Kentucky Deaf-Blind Project.
Joseph Boggs, who has hearing and vision problems, used a Braille display device connected to his iPad. Joseph, 13, has grown confident with technology thanks to training by the Kentucky Deaf-Blind Project. Lexington Herald-Leader
Joseph Boggs, who has hearing and vision problems, used a Braille display device connected to his iPad. Joseph, 13, has grown confident with technology thanks to training by the Kentucky Deaf-Blind Project. Lexington Herald-Leader

Kentucky Deaf-Blind Project helps Lexington boy master the technology he needs

May 18, 2013 06:46 PM

UPDATED May 18, 2013 06:54 PM

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