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Assistive Technology Devices: New Products and Information Document List

Thumbnail pictureThis page contains the full list of the 53 items, articles, fact sheets, and documents from the Disabled World Assistive Technology category. Though some documents may have since been updated, or revised, they are still listed by their original publish date, with the most recent documents first.


1 : Tetra Nation Tackles Barriers to Accessibility.

2 : Sonic Alert Day and Time Clock Helps Memory Loss Patients Know What Day It Is.

3 : Researching Ways to Assist Drivers with Autism.

4 : CES 2017: Videos of Disability Accessible Technology Products.

5 : University of Michigan Engineering Students Creating Technology for Blind Teen.

6 : Controlling Robotic Arm with Brain Power.

7 : Standing Bowling Ramp Extension For Disabled.

8 : Apparel Causes Additional Barriers for People with Disability.

9 : ChordBuddy: Easily Learn How to Play The Guitar.

10 : Federal Lifeline Assistance Program Provides Relief to Disabled.

11 : TransferPants - A Revolutionary Change in Caregiving.

12 : HandAble: Easy Cell Phone & Tablet Holder.

13 : Listen Up: Low-Vision Audio Recordings Available Free to Public.

14 : Innovative Clothing Solutions for People with Disabilities.

15 : People with Disabilities & Neuroscience Technology.

16 : What is Adaptive Clothing? Information on Adapted Clothes.

17 : NIH Funds Robots to Assist People with Disabilities.

18 : K4Connect:: Transforming the Internet of Things into the Internet of You.

19 : Unchaining Neuroscience from Cables with Wireless Brain Sensor.

20 : Meet Pepper - A Personal Humanoid Robot.

21 : StrongArm Technologies: ErgoSkeleton and Worker Safety.

22 : Miimo Robotic Lawn Mower Makes Lawn Maintenance Easier for People with Disabilities.

23 : Section 508 VPAT Blank Template Form and Information.

24 : Musical Glove Improves Sensation, Mobility for People with Spinal Cord Injury.

25 : EyeMusic Device Converts Images to Music to Aid Visually Impaired.

26 : Mind Reading Device May Enable People Unable to Speak or Move to Converse.

27 : Man Born with a Disability Invents Doorstop for Commercial Use.

28 : Infants, Toddlers and Assistive Technology.

29 : Tongue Drive Wireless Device Operates Computers and Wheelchairs.

30 : AmeriGlide Disability Products Launches in Canada.

31 : Carolines Cart: Grocery Cart for Special Needs Children.

32 : Revolutionary EEG Brain Computer Interface.

33 : NZ Paralympian Steps Up with Rex Bionics and Walks Again.

34 : Adapting Technology to Seniors.

35 : Teaching Robot Helps Children to use a Wheelchair.

36 : Pop-up Microlite Illuminates Remote Controls.

37 : Exoskeleton Robotic Legs Provide New Option for Wheelchair Users.

38 : Key Insights From Symposium on Americans With Disabilities - Braun Corporation.

39 : Handy Information and Plans Help Physically Challenged.

40 : The World Wide Web and Accessibility Improvements.

41 : Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation Releases 2009 Holiday Gift Guide.

42 : Broadband Access for all Americans.

43 : Disability Made Easier - Tips on Living with a Disability.

44 : Thiphone for Cell Phones and Touch Screen Devices.

45 : Remote Control Lawn Mowers for Elderly or Disabled.

46 : INDATA Statewide Assistive Technology Conference.

47 : Assisted Living Devices for Disabled - Review.

48 : iPods Help Kids with Aserger's Syndrome.

49 : Adaptive Clothing Reduces the Risk of Injury for Disabled People and Caregivers.

50 : Dyslexic Entrepreneur uses Assistive Technology to Compete in Business.

51 : Lemon Laws for Motor Vehicles and Disability Products.

52 : Products for Independent Living: Paradise Robotics.

53 : Assistive Technology: Past - Present - Future.

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