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The amazing 3D printed Water Leg

Disability Horizons writer Nichola Daunton talks to Standard Cyborg CEO and Silicon Valley resident Jeff Huber, inventor of the 3D printed Water Leg, a low cost prosthetic limb that could

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Disability and gadgets: Dementia… who’s innovating?

Robert Wemyss is the IT guru at Really Useful Stuff. RUS is delighted to join in with Disability Horizons to offer a monthly roundup of all things tech and gadget.

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Disability and gadgets: low-cost robotic hands could wave in the future

Robert Wemyss is the IT guru at Really Useful Stuff. RUS is delighted to join in with Disability Horizons to offer a monthly roundup of all things tech and gadget.

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Improving access to theatre for deaf and hard of hearing audiences

For many people who are deaf or hard of hearing, a visit to the theatre can be a challenging prospect. Up until about fifteen years ago some deaf or hard

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Touch Tap Swipe: an interactive guide

DMD Pathfinders have just published their latest 22 page interactive guide called Touch Tap Swipe. The guide explores how to choose and use a touch controlled smart phone or tablet,

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Help make products great and earn £70 in the process

Are you interested in taking part in research to ensure future apps, websites and services are accessible and provide a great user experience? If so, you may want to get

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Disability and gadgets: summer holiday apps

Robert Wemyss is the IT guru at Really Useful Stuff. Really Useful Stuff is delighted to join in with Disability Horizons to offer a monthly roundup of all things tech

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My Health Service: how can citizens be encouraged and enabled to play a greater role

Daniel Jennings shares a thought provoking article on a new initiative to help people take control and co-ordinate the management of their healthcare. “Harnessing the energy of patients and the

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Disability and gadgets: apps and taps for inclusive independence

Robert Wemyss is the IT guru at Really Useful Stuff. RUS is delighted to join in with Disability Horizons to offer a monthly roundup of all things tech and gadget.

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Disability and gadgets: Wi-Fi kettles, what’s not to like

Robert Wemyss is the IT guru at Really Useful Stuff. RUS is delighted to join in with Disability Horizons to offer a monthly roundup of all things tech and gadget.