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Survey on Use of Assistive Technology

by Allan Wilson

on Thu Jul 07, 2016

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The Science and Technology Impact Assessment Panel of the European Parliament (STOA) has commissioned a study on Assistive Technologies for the inclusion of people with disabilities in society, education and jobs.

As part of this study, they are conducting a European-wide online survey involving persons who are blind and visually impaired, deaf and hard of hearing, and people with autistic spectrum disorders. The survey gives people a chance to share their experiences and opinions about assistive technologies with researchers and policy-makers who make guidelines and regulations for these technologies. The participation of people with disabilities in this survey will help to make sure such technologies are tailored to the needs of people who use them.

The survey should be completed before 31st July if you want to have your say.

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Tags: assistive technology, survey, visual impairment, hearing impairment, autism

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