ATSA Independent Living Expo will be in Adelaide for the first time from March 6-7. Discover a showcase of assistive technology, new products and more.
CES is the biggest electronics show in the world where products for the accessibility sector are become increasingly prominent.
The Australian Banking Association (ABA) has broadened the scope of its accessibility framework to ensure the banking sector remains inclusive in the digital landscape.
Key areas putting the brakes on Australia from becoming more inclusive, have been identified in a new report.
A landmark international trial, aimed at improving the lives of individuals living with paraplegia, has put a callout for participants.
Jerome, a seven-year-old boy with cerebral palsy (CP), has been able to play a video game for the first time, with the help of team of University of Melbourne Biomedical […]
Looking for the latest in assistive technology for you, a family member or a client? Or a compact power wheelchair? Looking for daily living aids or mobility devices? Need to […]
Looking for the latest in assistive technology for you, a family member or a client? Need a compact power wheelchair? Looking for daily living aids or mobility devices? Need to […]
Guide Dogs has partnered with Amazon Alexa to launch a new smart home education and installation program, providing smart speakers to people who are blind or have low vision. The voice activated […]
New research using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to analyse MRI scans of patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) could pave the way for improved treatment of people with the condition. Researchers from the […]
Researchers are using virtual reality (VR) to encourage South Australians with an intellectual disability to undertake regular physical exercise through a high-tech gaming program. The program is designed to build […]
ARIA Research has developed a non-surgical and non-invasive bionic vision aid in the form of a pair of glasses that enables blind and vision-impaired people accurate 3D perception of the […]