Handbook of Electronic Assistive Technology : Ladan Najafi :I am a Senior Clinical Scientist and have worked in the electronic assistive technology field since The Barnsley team offers a specialised service across three districts, working with local professionals to provide Assistive Technology to clients with severe disabilities. In addition the team collaborates and leads on a number of research projects related to electronic assistive technology and in particular user involvement in research and development. My research interests are across a number of different areas: particularly in usability, human computer interaction, augmentative and alternative communication and electronic assistive technology. I have led on the user involvement aspects and been joint principle investigator on a number of significant projects in this area. Simon's research profile on Mendeley. Research Interests My research interests are across a number of different areas: particularly in usability, human computer interaction, augmentative and alternative communication and electronic assistive technology.
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AT is designed to support and enable people with disabilities, either acquired or congenital, to participate in activities with greater independence and safety. With a global aging population, it has an important role to play in enabling and supporting those with disability and their carers. Handbook of Electronic Assistive Technology discusses a range of commonly available or emerging electronic assistive technologies. It provides historical background, advice when assessing for these devices and references different models of provision. It includes both medical and engineering aspects of provision. It is anticipated that the book will support students, trainees, and newly qualified Assistive Technology Practitioners to develop their understanding of the field, by considering the variables that could potentially influence the decision-making process when assessing for and providing this equipment.