Journal of Assistive Technologies: Enabling technologies for inclusion in health, support, care and education (External organisation)

Brooks, A. L. (Member)

Activity: MembershipsMembership of committees, commissions, boards, councils, associations, organisations, or similar

Description

URL http://pierprofessional.metapress.com/content/121393/

ISSN: 1754-9450

Aims and scope

Journal of Assistive Technologies debates definitions and concepts, and addresses ethics, policy, legislation and issues for day-to-day practice. Articles focus on how people use assistive and enabling technologies, rather than solely on the technology itself, and raise awareness of available technologies for a wide and varied readership.

Peer-reviewed, the Journal brings together the people who use assistive technologies and the people who write about and research its use, and provides a user focus on:

current and new assistive and enabling technologiestelecare and e-inclusion in health and social care that promotes independencerelevant information to refer to in your daily work. Who needs it?

Journal of Assistive Technologies is vital for everyone involved in assistive technologies. It is a hugely valuable source of information for academics, universities and colleges, purchasers and providers of technology, practitioners, policy-makers, people working in learning disability, housing and older people services, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, assistive technologists, clinical and rehabilitation engineers, education services, commissioners, local authorities, NHS and primary care trusts, carers, users of services and students.
Emneord: Disability and Rehabilitation, Education Research, Social Sciences, Aging, Computer Appl. In Social an Behavioral Sciences, Health CareRehabilitation, Intellectual Disability and Learning Disability

Body type: boar
Period6 Jan 2010 → …
Held atJournal of Assistive Technologies: Enabling technologies for inclusion in health, support, care and education
Degree of RecognitionInternational

Keywords

  • Disability and Rehabilitation, Education Research, Social Sciences, Aging, Computer Appl. In Social an Behavioral Sciences, Health CareRehabilitation, Intellectual Disability and Learning Disability