Does Assistive Technology Contribute to Social Inclusion for People with Intellectual Disability? A Systematic Review Protocol
Item Type:Journal Article
Citation:John Owuor, Fiona Larkin, Bonnix Kayabu, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Greg Sheaf, John Dinsmore, Roy McConkey, Mike Clarke, Mac MacLachlan, 'Does Assistive Technology Contribute to Social Inclusion for People with Intellectual Disability? A Systematic Review Protocol', 2018, BMJ;, Mac MacLachlan;
The aim of this review is to answer the following question: Does assistive technology contribute to social inclusion for people with intellectual disability? Previous research on assistive technology has focused on socioeconomic impacts such as education, employment and access to healthcare by people with intellectual disability. There is a need to consolidate evidence on the interaction between intellectual disability, assistive technology, community living and social inclusion.
Author: Owuor, John; Larkin, Fiona; Kayabu, Bonnix; Fitzgerald, Geraldine; Sheaf, Greg; Dinsmore, John; McConkey, Roy; Clarke, Mike; MacLachlan, Mac
Type of material:Journal Article
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