The Illustrated Guide to Assistive Technology and Devices: Tools and Gadgets for Living Independently
This practical guide looks at the use of AT/AD (assistive technologies/assistive devices) to help those with disabilities perform functions that otherwise might be difficult or impossible. These include mobility devices such as walkers, wheelchairs, and mobile vans; as well as hardware, software, and peripherals; talking ATMs; and strobe light alarm systems. Featuring 100 black-and-white photographs, the book includes real-life examples of how people with disabilities are successful utilizing AT, and it presents strategies for dealing with the emotional issues related to AT/AD.
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Suzanne Robitaille's guide to asstistive technology will be helpful for parents, schools, libraries, or anyone who wants to know about the variety of useful technology for people with disabilities ... Read full review
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This book is extremely useful for anyone interested in or needing to use assistive technology. It covers a wide range of disabilities and devices, and offers a ton of helpful advice. It is available ... Read full review