ABLEDATA

ABLEDATA

(ā′bĭl-dā′tă)
A searchable Internet database of assistive technology information maintained by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research of the U.S. Department of Education. The Web site address is www.abledata.com
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The ABLEDATA database of assistive technology and rehabilitation equipment contains information on more Than 30,000 products for persons of all ages who have a physical, cognitive, or sensory disability.
Find tactile marking dots, pens and kits online at maxiaids.com [1] and abledata.com.
In addition, we inspected the records in two databases of assistive technology, Abledata and Eastin; extensively searched the Internet; searched reference lists of papers, articles in relevant scientific journals and conference proceedings; and reviewed product information in catalogs of distributors or at trade fairs and in user guides, handbooks, and training manuals.
(n.d.) ABLEDATA. Retrieved October 15, 2002 from http://www.abledata.com/text2/default.htm
There are a few 'real' robots, such as Care-O-Bot (Fraunhofer IPA 2002), but, as a visit to 'Abledata' (www.abledata.com), a web resource site funded by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research of the U.S.
Los sistemas de informacion mas representativos, relacionados con productos y servicios dirigidos a personas con discapacidad, son, por una parte: Rehabdata (8); Abledata (9), financiado por The National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR); The Trace Research and Development Center (10), y Disability Data from the Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP) (11), de Estados Unidos.
Consult an online searchable database such as ABLEDATA <http://www.abledata.com/>or assistivetech.net <http://www.assistivetech.net/> to learn more about the range of products available.
* AbleData at www.abledata.com contains a database of information on thousands of AT products with detailed descriptions, pricing, and company information.
Public sources include (a) ABLEDATA (an adaptive equipment database), (b) U.S.
Libraries with access to databases, such as ABLEDATA, help diffuse this information.