Quite often, many seniors, differently abled (disabled) or individuals that return from war with significant injuries utilize assistive technology – tools, devices, or supports that help individuals perform tasks and activities. The supports can be as simple as a magnifying glass or as complex as a laptop computer with a suite of accessibility software and accompanying adaptive input controllers.
To refine it further, assistive technology aids seniors, injured individuals, or differently abled (disabled) individuals perform once routine tasks in an easier manner. Any device, tool, or support that helps the aforementioned groups continue to complete activities of daily living in their home is considered assistive technology.
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