Assistive Technology


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Assistive Technology

A computer program or any other technology used to help physically impaired persons. One example of assistive technology is a computer program that reads newspapers aloud to blind persons.
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Mawafaq Matari, managing partner, AMMT, which showcased its new equipment and sensory products during the first edition of the expo, said: "The inaugural edition of the expo brought a very wide range of assistive technology products under one roof from across the world and the show effectively catered to the needs of people with different types of disabilities.
An open-ended interview guide was developed to inquire as to how teachers considered assistive technology in their practice: How do you assess the assistive technology needs of your students?
Technology is not new in this part of the world but the focus on assistive technology is.
Assistive technology can be a lifelong partner and supporter for the person who use it, to make the things possible at any level of intellectuality (Bouck, Shurr, Tom, Jasper, Bassette, Miller and Flanagan, 2012).
The purpose of this article is to provide critical knowledge regarding assistive technology and the role of school leaders in the decision making process.
Puerto Rico Assistive Technology Program, PRATP, was constituted in August 31, 2000 (7).
The Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) January 30-February 2, 2008 Orlando, Florida, http://www.
This book is for you especially if you don't currently use computers or other assistive technology.
6-9: European conference for the advancement of assistive technology in Europe; www.
Accessible Technology takes off where Assistive Technology stops.
Dinah Cohen, CAP Director, and five members of the CAP staff hosted a tour for the Secretary that included an overview of CAP and demonstrations of assistive technology.
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