What types of Assistive Technology would you like to Know about?
Assistive Technology is any item, piece of equipment, software,or product that is used to increase, maintain, or improve functional capabilities of individuals with disabilities. I would love to know what most people are interested in learning about since there are so many types of AT. For example:
1. Independent living Aids, or Vision devices
2. Durable Medical Equipment - ex: wheelchairs, transfer benches, etc
3. Computer access for the disabled, Software programs
4. Transportation, and Vehical Modifications
5. Home Modifications
6. Recreational Devices
7. Augmentative Devices - Devices that talk for you - when you can't
Go back and vote several times. I'm really trying to get an idea of what information I should post first. I don't want to post topics that are of no interest to any one, so please vote multiple times. I'm surprised that no one has voted. I have so much information to post, but it takes alot of my time.
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