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Ever wondered how smartphones work when you can’t see? Here’s how

Everyone and their grandmother use a smartphone these days. The full-colour, poker-card-sized touch screen was a technological marvel when the first iPhone appeared a decade ago; today we take it for…

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How to hire and train people with intellectual disabilities

Tay Ann Shun works at Pope Jai Thai, a local restaurant that employs people with intellectual disabilities. What allows him to perform his duties, which range from receiving stocks of ingredients to…

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Test Article Body Categories Type of content > Article > Guides SGEnable Tags Topics > Assistive Technology (Topics)  Topics > Caregiver Support  Topics > Training and Employment  Lifestage > Infancy…

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7 essential vacation planning tips for wheelchair users

With December upon us, many individuals and families have made plans for their year-end vacation. If you (or your travel companion) have to use a wheelchair, the planning can be a little tricky. But…

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What these kids learn in preschool today will shape how society embraces disability in our future

The youngest occupants of the Enabling Village hail from AWWA Kindle Garden, Singapore’s first inclusive preschool. For parents with special-needs children, Kindle Garden represents a new option among…

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How to set up a smart home for people with disabilities: We ask an expert

Smart home technology has been one of the most exciting recent developments for independent living. They allow us to control our appliances through every-day devices like our smartphones rather than…

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5 coolly understated Swedish innovations that’s not IKEA

Swedish design has a history of making things designed to make life easier: the Celsius thermometer, the modern-day zipper, and Skype.   A recent exhibition titled “Design for Dignity” at the National…

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Useful smart home devices for persons with disabilities

For persons with disabilities, smart home devices can transform their lives by enabling greater convenience and independence. For instance, Yuki Neoh, who is hearing impaired, sometimes misses deliveries…

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7 Jun Test Article - How to set up a smart home for people with disabilities: We ask an expert

Smart home technology has been one of the most exciting recent developments for independent living. They allow us to control our appliances through every-day devices like our smartphones rather than…