Access and inclusion for persons with disability

Gerry O'Sullivan

Posted: 6 December, 2021

The use of technologies for the inclusion and empowerment of persons with disabilities is not new – from the creation of Braille and the first hearing aid to the invention of the wheelchair. For disabled persons, new assistive technology can make all the difference.

Professor Eilionóir Flynn, Director of the Centre for Disability Law and Policy (CDLP), National University of Ireland, Galway has contributed this article to Horizon – the EU research and innovation magazine.

Horizon Magazine

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