How to do a remote assistive technology assessment

Because of Covid-19, there’s a greater need for assistive technology practitioners to conduct remote assessments. This post presents a method used by occupational therapist Charlie Danger to assess for eyegaze access remotely.

How to do remote assistive technology assessments. Photo of Charlie Danger in front of two computer monitors: one showing a client's face and one showing the client's on-screen keyboard.
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