Is voice control on the iPad useable with people that don’t have hands?

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    The voice control on the iPad has proven useful for all types of disabled people.  Programs which convert text into audible speech have been used by people with spinal or nerve injuries who are only able to make clench fists or have poor small motor functions.  In these cases, they are able to use the iPad by touching icons with knuckles.  The sensitivity of the iPad screen allows disabled people to interface with technology in ways they previously couldn’t.

    There are also apps in development and on the market for people with speech disorders which can convert symbols into audible speech.

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