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Assistive technologies (AT) are tools and devices that are specifically designed to help individuals with disabilities.
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Assistive technology can be used in the home, school, workplace, or in any other environment
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Mobility aids such as wheelchairs, walkers, and canes can help individuals with mobility impairments.
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Communication aids such as speech-generating assistive devices, text-to-speech software, and communication boards
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magnifiers, closed-circuit televisions, and screen readers can help individuals with visual impairments to see more clearly.
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cochlear implants, and captioning systems can help individuals with hearing impairments to hear more clearly.
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memory aids, cognitive prosthetics, and brain-computer interfaces can help individuals with cognitive impairments to think more clearly.
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