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|Other Titles:||The Current Status and Future Outlook of Adaptive Devices for the Visually Impaired in Taiwan|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
Current status of assistive devices in Taiwan from the viewpoint of the visually impaired was discussed. Due to number of the visually impaired was relatively low, assistive devices for the visually impaired were poor in variety, accessibility, and quality. Furthermore, the institutions in charge of training were limited and unevenly distributed. Under prediction of increasing number of the visually impaired, governmental officials were responsible to integrate resources efficiently and to develop assistive devices for the visually impaired with more variety, better quality and reasonable price to meet all's needs while they were organizing integration of resources and services for people with disability.
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