ARATA and the NDIA are hosting a forum on the provision of assistive technology for people with disability. Find out what is happening locally and globally on Friday December 11 at Melbourne University around improving access to high-quality, affordable assistive products.
The forum discussion is “Toward consensus on Assistive Technology (AT) Terminology and Scope in Australia”. Speakers include Chapal Khasnabis (World Health Organisation), Dr Natasha Layton (Australian Rehabilitation & Assistive Technology Association) and Dr Lloyd Walker (National Disability Insurance Agency). This will be followed by a facilitated discussion on assistive technology terminology and service systems.
Video conferencing sites will be available across Australia via the NDIAs network.