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Politics & Government
  • Author:
    Alain Pruski,Harry Knops
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    1586035436
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    978-1586035433
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    IOS Press (September 1, 2005)
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Book · January 2005 with 12 Reads. Publisher: IOS Press. Cite this publication. One area of application is AT to support people with dementia in compensating for cognitive symptoms and thereby promote their self-management. There is, however, generally little evidence for the applicability, usability and effectiveness of AT for people with dementia and a need to identify factors that can.

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In: Pruski, . (ed. Assistive Technology From Virtuality to Reality September 6-9, 2005, Lille . Schrepp, Martin, Jani, Rakesh (2005): Efficient keyboard support in web-pages. In: Pruski, . Assistive Technology From Virtuality to Reality September 6-9, 2005, Lille, France.

Assistive technology Rehabilitation Scale Psychometric Satisfaction . Assistive technology: from virtuality to reality, pp. 740–744.

Assistive technology Rehabilitation Scale Psychometric Satisfaction Assessment Validation Reliability Questionnaire. IOS Press, Nieuwe Hemweg (2005)Google Scholar.

Assistive technology, any device that is used to support the health and activity of a disabled person

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You are being asked to take part in this study because you work to provide, maintain, or develop mobility related assistive technology (. wheelchair, scooter, prosthesis, cane, walker, et. We highly value the input of professionals regularly exposed to assistive technologies.

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The title of this book points towards the difficulty encountered in research and development carried out by laboratories to reach the users. 'From Virtuality to Reality' aims at alerting developers so that they pay a particular attention to the outcome of their work. Inventive research as well as new technologies which have a very high potential in the field of assistive technology are described in this publication. Despite the fact that recent products take more and more frequently into account the specific needs of the handicapped people, there remains a long road ahead until these products become available to everyone. Assistive technology has to adapt to today's fast technological developments. Because new technologies are developing too rapidly, there is no choice but to adapt to this ceaseless evolution. The elderly or handicapped people are facing more and more difficulties in interacting with the assistive technology experts. Technology is an essential component of the activity but it is even more important to take into account the human factor if the aim is to enable users to benefit from assistive technologies. As a consequence, developers must work with a unique objective based on a user-centered approach. This requires a multidisciplinary collaboration which is one of the prime movers of their research and also one of the keys of success.

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