Katherine Myers discusses how Wright State works with students with a range of disabilities

Katherine Leigh Myers is Assistive Technology Specialist for the Office of Disability Services at Wright State University, where she works with students with a wide range of physical and learning disabilities to help them overcome the many challenges they face and succeed.

“It’s about empowering these kids,” says Myers. “Our expectation and our hope is when they leave here they get on a job and live on their own. If they can do that, we did our job correctly.”

Listen to Myers’ interview on CUTV News Radio.

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