General Articles on Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies
Emerging Technologies for Rehabilitation
Portable and Mobile Technologies for Rehabilitation
Internet for Rehabilitation
Robotics in Rehabilitation
Robots for Rehabilitation purposes also includes intelligent exoskeletons for paraplegic patients and artificial intelligent limbs.
See also JMIR e-collections on Robots in Health Care.
Cognitive and Neurorehabilitation
Technology in Physiotherapy
Reviews on Innovation in Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies
Viewpoints and Perspectives in Rehabilitation and Assist Techn
Use and Perceptions of Technology in Everyday Life and for Rehabilitation
Augmentative and Alternative Communication
Papers describing and evaluating AAC methods used to supplement or replace speech or writing for those with impairments in the production or comprehension of spoken or written language. AAC is used by those with a wide range of speech and language impairments, including congenital impairments such as cerebral palsy, intellectual impairment and autism, and acquired conditions such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and Parkinson's disease. AAC can be a permanent addition to a person's communication or a temporary aid.
Prosthetics and Neural Interfacing
Occupational Therapy and Vocational Rehabilitation
Innovations in Exercise Rehabilitation
Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation
Accessibility is the design of products, devices, services, or environments for people with disabilities (Wikipedia). Accessibility is not to be confused with usability, which is the extent to which a product (such as a device, service, or environment) can be used by specified users to achieve specified goals with effectiveness, efficiency and satisfaction in a specified context of use. (Related: Design and Usability of Websites for Special User Groups, Design and Usability of Consumer Health Tech and Home Monitoring Devices, Human Factors and Usability Case Studies, Usability Evaluation Case Studies, Usability and user perceptions of mHealth).
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