Assistive Technology

Assistive technology is a generic term used for a wide range of software and hardware designed for disabled people to assist with everyday tasks in both work and home life

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Types of technology

We can assist you in accessing a whole variety of technology, from computers to televisions and from smartphones and tablets to video magnifiers.

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Financial assistance

Purchasing items of assistive technology can be quite expensive and therefore support may be needed to help you to buy the equipment. Action, along with RNIB, can help

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Action technology support

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We can assist you to familiarize yourself with digital products and harness their benefits for you, including smartphones, email and more.