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For blind and visually impaired users we recommend NVDA (NonVisual Desktop Access), a free "screen reader" application which reads the text on the screen in a computerised voice. This tool can be used on a variety of different programmes on your computer - not just your web browser or the Smartcare website.
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Click on the screen reader icon on the tool bar for more information and a link to download the programme on to your computer.
In the rapidly growing medical technologies market, it’s a constant challenge to come up with new and innovative ways to design and manufacture meaningful products that have the potential to transform lives. How do you know you’re designing the right product? Every patient has an individual set of needs to be met, which is why it’s essential to promote efficiency and innovation in the design and manufacture of medical products.
ADL Smartcare are able to articulate benchmarks for the industry. We give you the ability to test the effectiveness of your products and stay one step ahead in terms of prototyping and improving the design of your technologies. Our consultancy and data is impacting and informing designers and manufacturers, supporting them in their missions to improve older adults’ experiences through the development of user-led products that support the ageing process.
Our insight on age-related functional decline allows us to build a portfolio of proven services that can be recommended to healthcare organisations and local authorities. Helping commissioners of products, services and activities to understand which are most effective. See ADL Research for further information.