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Resources to support adults with learning disabilities who use assistive technology: outputs of the TATE Project

Ann Aspinall (HFT [Home Farm Trust], Bristol, UK)

Journal of Assistive Technologies

ISSN: 1754-9450

Article publication date: 1 June 2008

Abstract

TATE [Through Assistive Technology to Employment] was a three‐year research project European funded through the second round of the Equal Communities Programme, which ended in December 2007. The project researched the use of existing and innovative technologies to remove or reduce barriers to accessing employment or independence for people with learning disabilities. The processes of the project and the involvement of the beneficiaries (adults with learning disabilities) in the research have been documented (Aspinall et al, 2007; Aspinall, 2007; Aspinall, 2008). This paper describes the outputs from the project.

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Aspinall, A. (2008), "Resources to support adults with learning disabilities who use assistive technology: outputs of the TATE Project", Journal of Assistive Technologies, Vol. 2 No. 2, pp. 52-55. https://doi.org/10.1108/17549450200800019

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