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Assisted shopping for mobility scooters
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Ahmed, Zaheer and Ahmed, Amr (2010) Assisted shopping for mobility scooters. In: RAatE 2010: Recent Advances in Assistive Technology &
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Maavis School
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Judge, Simon, Lee, Steve and Cudd, Peter (Completed: 2009) [email protected] In: Recent Advances in Assistive Technology and Engineering (RAATE) 2009, 30th Nov –
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How would a smart radio for people with dementia do? A case study
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Pusch, A., Brandt, M., Serna, A., Aknine, S., & Hurtienne, J. (2013). How would a smart radio for people with dementia do? A case study.
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The Future of Telecare Services
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Abstract Telecare services developed quickly in the UK between 2000 and 2010 by embracing the robust infrastructure provided by the social alarm network.
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Emfit Non-Contact Vitals Monitor and Nurse Call System
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PRODUCT SUMMARY Self-monitoring wireless or wired Safebed IP devices together with DVM Suite software create a new kind secure and scalable networked non
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A Personal Narrative Support Tool for School Staff and Parents of Children with Complex Communication Needs
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Children start learning to tell personal narratives even before becoming verbal and can usually engage in fully developed story telling when starting school (Bruner, 1975;
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Interaction Techniques for On Screen Keyboards
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Research into interaction techniques for on screen keyboards Form many people with a physical disability, once they are unable to use a mouse or joystick 
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Interfacing with Brain Computer Interfaces
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Motivation – To develop a Brain Computer Interface (BCI) system that is suitable for domestic application by being robust and user friendly and customisable
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An eye control approach to sensory learning and rehabilitation
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Eye Control has been successfully implemented in the field of Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC).  However, the vast majority of the successful
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Designing ambient user interfaces to support independent living for the Elderly, Disabled and Cognitively Impaired
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This paper reports the development and evaluation of ambient user interfaces situated in modified familiar home devices, specifically television sets