REVIEWED STUDY ON ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGIES USAGE FOR VISUALLY IMPAIRED STUDENTS
Author(s):
K Srinivas Reddy, Dr. Chandrakala
Keywords:
Assistive technology, Visual impairments, Blind, Visually Impaired Students
Abstract
With the right instruction and basic visual assistance, children with any degree of visual disability will learn to read text. This will encourage them to enter regular schools and integrate into society, which would support them for the rest of their lives. Despite this, many visually disabled students are enrolled in blind schools and are only taught Braille. Rapid technical advancements in the ‘modern world’ necessitate a rethinking of technology used for personal and educational purposes. For disabled persons, technological advancements are important. Environmental progress has resulted in more comfortable housing, safer highways, and poison-avoidance environments, both of which have resulted in a substantial reduction in youth accident and disability. The AP, as well as the device and service provision associated with these items, are all included in AT. This paper examines recent research on the usage of Assistive Technology for visually disabled students.
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Unique Paper ID: 151199

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 7, Issue 12

Page(s): 133 - 138
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