Assistive technology assessments help individual workers determine which assistive technologies and strategies will improve their functioning on the job in spite of a disabling condition. We assess: a) the required activities to successfully perform a job, b) the human factors of the worker, and c) the environment in which the work will be done. Without an assistive technology assessment, a worker and his employer will not be aware of the many ways to make a tradesman’s worksite accessible to a person with a disability.
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