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Designing Accessible Technology

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The SMART Project: A User Led Approach to Developing Applications for Domiciliary Stroke Rehabilitation

  • G. A. MountainAffiliated withCentre for Health and Social Care, Faculty of Health and Well Being, Sheffield Hallam University
  • , P. M. WareAffiliated withCentre for Health and Social Care, Faculty of Health and Well Being, Sheffield Hallam University
  • , J. HammertonAffiliated withCentre for Health and Social Care, Sheffield Hallam University
  • , S. J. MawsonAffiliated withCentre for Health and Social Care, Sheffield Hallam University
  • , H. ZhengAffiliated withSchool of Computing and Mathematics, Faculty of Engineering, University of Ulster
  • , R. DaviesAffiliated withFaculty of Informatics, University of Ulster
  • , N. BlackAffiliated withSchool of Computing and Mathematics, Faculty of Engineering, University of Ulster
  • , H. ZhouAffiliated withDepartment of Computer Science, University of Essex
  • , H. HuAffiliated withDepartment of Computer Science, University of Essex
    • , N. HarrisAffiliated withClinical Measurement Department, Royal National Hospital of Rheumatic diseases
    • , C. EcclestonAffiliated withPain Management Unit, Department of Psychology, University of Bath

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