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Jessica Moseley (left), 24, her sister Carissa Aiello, 22, and their mother Myrna Aiello run TCS Associates, a Wheaton company that provides assistive technology for people with disabilities. Myrna, who is deaf, says technology has helped the disabled compete with the able-bodied in the workplace by using devices such as speech-to-text software, portable translation devices, double-handed and mouth stick keyboards, and video telephone service.