Irish Independent Jean Daly: 'See the person first – not the disability' Irish Independent A native of Carrigaline, Co Cork, Jean (27) now lives in Co Antrim, where she works as a researcher in the area of assistive technology.
Daily Echo Alex Lewis and his son Sam Daily Echo “I don't want an electric wheelchair straight away because I think it would breed laziness from my point of view,” says Alex who is planning to go to Sam's school to talk to his class.
The Tobii Edition Beamz Interactive Music System allow users of all ages, physical and cognitive abilities to play music using hundreds of musical instruments. (Just launched in Europe - Beamz Tobii Edition.
The Guardian Care homes chain to use CCTV in residents' rooms to help stop abuse The Guardian A leading chain of care homes for older people is planning to offer CCTV cameras in residents' rooms to help stop abuse, neglect and theft by staff.
Telegraph.co.uk easyJet facing €70000 fine after forcing disabled woman off flight Telegraph.co.uk EasyJet is facing a €70,000 fine in France after forcing a disabled woman off a flight because she was unaccompanied, in the latest discrimination...
Ending the dogs vs. cats superiority debate once and for all, UK-based appliance maker JTM Service has developed a washing machine that can actually be operated by support dogs trained to assist those living with disabilities.
In the heart of Europe, there is a team of very talented and dedicated people that is working on making email easily accessible to blind users by creating one single robust web interface that integrates seamlessly into their lives ...
Some icons are so commonplace that we've come to not think twice about them—until they're changed. One such image undergoing a makeover is the ‘Internation (Redesigning the "person in wheelchair" icon for a more positive portrayal of the human being...
Quest 88 do a review of the options available for those of us who, despite our "different abilities", still wish to carry on cycling. (RT @alliedmobility: Disability Horizons have published this useful guide to cycling with a disability.
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