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EagleEyes Winter 2006 Newsletter

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John's First Communion
John Bottone is nine years old and in the third grade at the Florence M. Burd School. John was born with Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type 1, which limits his ability to move, speak, and eat. However, he is totally mentally alert. He has been using the EagleEyes technology for four years at his home and at school.

The Opportunity Foundation of America Touches Lives
The Opportunity Foundation of America (OFOA) continues to help people with disabilities by manufacturing and distributing EagleEyes systems and by supporting their use, all at no charge. On December 13, Jordan Valley School in Midvale, Utah, hosted a presentation on EagleEyes. They had received a system from the OFOA in June.

Helping "My Girls"
In December 2005, Susan Seekatz from HealthBridge Children’s Hospital in Orange, California visited Boston College to try out EagleEyes to see if it would work for “my girls.”


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Winter 2006 Newsletter
Winter 2006 Newsletter
  Download the entire Winter 2006 B.E.A.T. newsletter in PDF format.
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Lindsay Peterson
  Several videos about EagleEyes are available for free viewing on the web.

Donations Propel EagleEyes
Lindsay Peterson
  Donations from a variety of organizations have allowed EagleEyes to continue to make a difference.