Assistive or Adaptive Technology (AT) commonly refers to products, devices or equipment that assist people with disabilities with the performance of daily living tasks, communication, education, work, and recreation.
National charity providing expertise on computing and disability. Need assessment, technical expertise, advice and support plus adapted computer equipment for people with a range of disabilities.
Assessment, advice and training in the use of technology for young people with physical and communication difficulties. Information on assessments, software, training and publications.
Designs and provides dementia activities and games as well as other dementia products such as reminiscence activity aids, jigsaws, art activities and exercise related products.
Provides specialised computer equipment to people with disabilities to aid their communication. Includes services offered and links.
Self-help group of visually impaired computer professionals and users. Training, newsletter, courses and a CD called Guide Cats for the Blind.
National voluntary organisation of members concerned with augmentative and alternative communications. Articles, journals and symposia.
Encourages the design and manufacture of equipment for disabled people and provides specially designed equipment.
A registered charity which makes bespoke equipment for disabled children, including computer interface equipment.
A network of volunteer engineers and craftsmen who make free one off aids for disabled people. Case histories, donations, resources and yearbook.
Volunteers design and supply specialised equipment for essential daily needs and recreational activities. Examples, products, news and funding.
Information about adaptive technology including assistive technology and smart homes to help disabled and older people living at home.
Specialists in audio and speech access offering training and consultancy in how to work effectively with a range of adaptive and mainstream technology.
Independent guide including product specifications from individual who works for an officially recognised wheelchair repairer.
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