Journal of Assistive Technologies debates definitions and concepts and addresses ethics, policy, legislation and issues for day-to-day practice. Articles will focus on how people use assistive and enabling technologies, rather than solely on the technology itself, with the aim of raising awareness of available technologies and their uses for a wide and varied readership. The users of such technology could be people with learning disabilities, older people, people undergoing medical treatment or children in schools. The Journal does not seek to limit the areas from which it receives submissions, provided that the submitted article describes a use of assistive technology within health, support, care or education. This peer-reviewed journal provides a user focus on current and new assistive and enabling technologies, telecare and e-inclusion in health and social care.
Journal of Assistive Technologies