| 03 July 2016

Assistive Devices

An assistive device can be as simple as a black felt tipped pen or as complicated as a voice recognition computer programme that writes a letter for you. Some are optical, that is, use lenses and prisms, which we have used for hundreds of years while others use the latest computer technology to enhance print or convert it into audio text.

In many cases common sense and imagination will be useful:

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