technology in the home
There are an increasing number of devices available that can help people with learning disabilities to live more independently in their home.
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KEY Community Supports operates throughout Scotland to provide support for people with disabilities. KEY had approached IRISS for suggestions about how they might deliver training and advice to its support workers at the point where support is delivered.
Building on an idea from SSSC to use the video capabilities of the Sony Playstation Portable (PSP) to take learning and knowledge as close as possible to the point of implementation, researchers set out to test it.