Empowering Lives: How Technology Fosters Inclusivity and Accessibility for All
- 2. The maintenance and improvement of physical and mental health through medical diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of illness or injury.
- 4. A system of raised dots that can be read with the fingertips, allowing individuals with visual impairments to read text.
- 5. A task or piece of work that is undertaken to earn money or gain experience.
- 7. The expression of thoughts or ideas through spoken words or sounds.
- 8. Something that is easy to use or access for individuals of all abilities, including those with disabilities.
- 10. Devices, tools, or systems that help individuals with disabilities perform tasks and increase their independence.
- 13. The ability to perceive sound, and may be impaired by hearing loss or deafness.
- 14. Something that exists or is created using computer technology, rather than in a physical form.
- 15. The use of technology to provide remote medical care, including consultations, diagnosis, and treatment, without the need for physical visits to a healthcare facility.
- 17. External frames or structures that provide support, mobility, or protection to the body, particularly for individuals with mobility impairments.
- 18. The practice of ensuring that all individuals, regardless of their abilities, backgrounds, or circumstances, are fully included and have equal opportunities to participate in all aspects of society.
- 1. The ability to adapt or change to different circumstances, particularly in terms of work schedules or job requirements.
- 3. Situated far away from the usual location or center of activity, particularly in the context of remote work or remote healthcare.
- 6. A flat or curved surface that displays visual information, particularly in the context of screen readers or digital textbooks.
- 7. Relating to society and its customs and traditions, particularly in terms of interaction and communication between individuals.
- 9. A physical or mental condition that limits a person's movements, senses, or activities, and may require accommodations to perform daily tasks or participate in society.
- 11. The application of scientific knowledge for practical purposes, particularly in the fields of industry and commerce.
- 12. The process of acquiring knowledge, skills, values, or attitudes through teaching, training, or research.
- 14. The ability to see, and may be impaired by visual impairments, such as partial or complete blindness.
- 16. The ability to move or control one's movements, and may be impaired by physical disabilities or limitations.