Assistive Technology

Currently, most of the people with incapacities don't know about the most recent assistive innovation items accessible. Because of this reason, they are losing a valuable open door that will assist them with discovering better chances to have a superior existence. Assemble an Assistive tech item experience stage to explain this. The stage should profile the person with an inability, get some information about the difficulties confronted and recommend the most ideal arrangements around the world. Additionally, plan frameworks for individuals with incapacity to effortlessly draw in with specialist co-ops.
Although, hearing aids are common, the economic feasibility of it is questionable. Design an affordable hearing aid to ease the burden on low-income people.
Healthcare when offered at the right time yields the best results. Design a device that can easily diagnose pneumonia in infants as it generally goes ignored considering it as a general ailment.
Develop a concept that will enable a separate banking software for persons with intellectual disabilities including better access to avail ATM service .
Development of customized keyboard for use of persons with intellectual disabilities.
Design a picture exchange communication software for better understating of persons with intellectual disabilities with a user-friendly concept.
Epilepsy is a central nervous system (neurological) disorder in which brain activity becomes abnormal, causing seizures or periods of unusual behaviour, sensations, and sometimes loss of awareness.
Devise models for individuals with restricted grasp solidarity to hold cups and pens.
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurological and developmental disorder that begins early in childhood and lasts throughout a person's life. It affects how a person acts and interacts with others, communicates, and learns. It includes what used to be known as Asperger syndrome and pervasive developmental disorders.
Provide modifications to an electro-larynx to allow for seamless pitch control, to allow the user to ease control over voice’s emotion and personality.
Hyperactivity Disorder is a mental disorder of the neuro developmental type It is characterized by difficulty paying attention, excessive activity and acting without regard to consequences which are otherwise not appropriate for a person age. Work out a model.
Although healthcare has grown, economic feasibility is important. Provide a low-cost design and effective ventilators for secondary and tertiary hospitals.
Dyslexia is a learning disorder that involves difficulty reading due to problems identifying speech sounds and learning how they relate to letters and words (decoding). Also called reading disability, dyslexia affect areas of the brain that process language.
Design a device to allow a person in a wheelchair to independently move their foot plate up and down and to allow them to get in and out of a wheelchair independently.
The major sensory organ of a person is their eyes. One glimpse around us is enough to make us realize how visual is most of the information in our environment. Timetables in train stations, signs indicating the right way or potential danger, a billboard advertising a new product in the market, these are all the visual types of information we all come across in our daily life. Most of this information is inaccessible for the blind and the visually impaired, inhibiting their independence, since access to information signifies autonomy.
Fluorescent lights in rooms emit a special sound that interferes with hearing aids and cochlear implants, making it even more difficult when children with hearing imparity trying to distinguish what peers or the teacher is saying.
Teachers often hypothesize that their deaf students are capable of lip-reading – which can be true – but it is essential to keep in mind that only 30-40% of spoken English is distinguishable on the lips. Students who rely on lip-reading often perform better when it is a subject that is familiar.
People with intellectual disabilities disproportionately have more health problems than the general population. Further complicating the matter is that people with more severe disabilities often cannot verbalize health complications they are experiencing, which leads to health problems being undiagnosed and untreated.
Many individuals with an ASD have difficulty achieving normal sleep patterns. Whether they have trouble getting to sleep, wake numerous times during the night, or awaken very early and stay awake the rest of the day, sufficient sleep is definitely lacking. Clearly, their unusual sleep pattern may also be a problem for family members whose own rest is disrupted This issue often overlaps with that of “rituals." For example, children may demand a certain order of pre-bedtime events, that a parent lie down or stay in the room with them, that the entire household go to bed at the same time, or that all the blinds and curtains in the bedroom be positioned in a specific way. Non-compliance by family members can result in tantrums and an even more disrupted bedtime that impacts everyone in the household’s sleep and ability to cope the next day. Devise a model to understand the child’s need better and cope up with the pattern.
Physical fitness is tied to another health concern in autism. Beginning in the toddler years, youngsters with ASD have a higher risk of being overweight or obese than other children. This pattern continues into adulthood. U.S. teenagers with autism are more than twice as likely to be obese as adolescents who don't have a developmental disability. Adults with autism have higher rates of obesity, as well as health conditions that can be caused or aggravated by obesity, such as diabetes, high cholesterol and high blood pressure. In addition to below-average motor skills, many people with autism may have other problems that keep them from getting enough exercise, Safety can be one such barrier.