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Everyday technology for independence and care; AAATE 2011; proceedings.


Everyday technology for independence and care; AAATE 2011; proceedings.

AAATE 2011 (11th: 2011: Maastricht, the Netherlands) Ed. by Gert Jan Gelderblom et al.

IOS Press


1256 pages



Assistive technology research series; v.29


This large volume on adaptive technologies represents the proceedings of the eleventh bi-annual conference of the Association for the Advancement of Assistive Technology in Europe and showcases current scholarship from around the world in a wide variety of computer, electronic, and other devices designed to help those with limited mobility or other special needs. Sections cover a variety of subjects ranging from discussions of specific technologies, to theory, to public policy, and include such topics as public information and adaptive technologies, technologies for cognition, vision, and mobility, user perspective on emerging technologies, and service delivery. Chapters include abstracts, tables, and illustrations. Contributors are medical professionals, researchers, and academics from a wide variety of fields from primarily European institutions.

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