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Assistive Technologies

ICT as Assistive Technologies

Digital aids (assistive technologies) refers to hardware and software that can be used to help students with sensory or motor impairments, or with certain specificities, to obtain and process information, or even to communicate. These assistive technologies make it possible to compensate for the function that is reached (for example sight, hearing, fine motor skills) …

Assistive Technologies

Disability and Assistive Technologies: The Place of the subjective dimension

Detail of the article In recent years, many projects have emerged, aimed at designing assistive technologies for people with disabilities. However, the scientific community agrees that people with disabilities are often forgotten in the implementation of these research or design projects (TrĂ©hin, 2004). This non-consideration of the person, from the physical and psychological points of …