The match between the demand of everyday technology in public space and ability to use everyday technology: a comparison of people with acquired brain injury and controls


The accessibility and usability of everyday technology (ET) i.e., mechanical, technical, electronic artefacts and services as cell phones and internet based service can be considered as condition for participation in most... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Maria Larsson Lund (LueƄ University of Technology)
  2. Camilla Malinowsky (Department of Neurobiology, Care Sciences and Society, Karolinska Institutet,)

Topic Areas

Europe 2020 targets and occupational therapy /science development , Occupational Justice , ICT


OS - 2F » Enhancing Engagement Following Brain Injury (16:20 - Thursday, 16th June, Larmor Theatre)