Sept 26: Reaching out

Shawnice Singletary, paralyzed in a shooting during the summer, gets a kiss from her trauma surgeon Dr. Albert Chi, Johns Hopkins Medicine. She was presented with, on right, a Tobii C12, an eye-tracing computer that will enable her to communicate, use the web and telephone. The gift is from the staff of Johns Hopkins hospital in partnership with Tobii ATI.

( Kim Hairston, Baltimore Sun / September 26, 2012 )

Shawnice Singletary, paralyzed in a shooting during the summer, gets a kiss from her trauma surgeon Dr. Albert Chi, Johns Hopkins Medicine. She was presented with, on right, a Tobii C12, an eye-tracing computer that will enable her to communicate, use the web and telephone. The gift is from the staff of Johns Hopkins hospital in partnership with Tobii ATI.

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