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Is Virtual Reality An Assistive Technology?

New technologies like virtual reality and Immersive learning tools can be used to help people with disabilities.

What Are The Risks Of Assistive Technology?

The autonomy of users is undermined by these technologies.

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Who Would Use Assistive Technology?

Students with learning disabilities are helped by technology. Students with impairments can use technology to function in school.

What Are Some Types Of Assistive Technologies?

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Speech communication

And development.

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Daily life.

Environmental changes.

Modification of a vehicle.

There are computers and peripherals.

And time to relax.

How Assistive Technology Can Help You?

Any device, software, or equipment that helps people work around their challenges is at a glance. Text-to-speech and word prediction are examples of assistive technology. Low-tech tools include pencil grips.

What Do We Mean By Assistive Technology?

The Royal Commission on Long Term Care 1999 defined assisted technology as “any device or system that allows an individual to perform a task that they would otherwise be unable to do or increases the ease and safety with which the task can be performed.”

What Are The Different Types Of Assistive Technology Products?

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