The SARAW, or Speech Assisted Reading And Writing program was developed by the Neil Squire Foundation, North Vancouver, British Columbia in conjunction with Capilano College.
In 1996, The SARAW program won the Governor General's Flight for Freedom Award. Sponsored by Canada Post Corporation, the award honours a project showing long-term achievment, innovation, leadership and organizational excellence in literacy.
The original SARAW program was designed and written by Don Bentley and Pat Hodgson. They are also designing the current Windows version. Harry Lew is programming the Windows version.
The Companion to SARAW was written by Kim Blevins.
Written in collaboration with:
For more information about the SARAW program, as well as other opportunities and services for people with disabilities, please contact the Neil Squire Foundation Office nearest you:
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