Not all people who have hearing or visual weakness have complete hearing or visual misfortune. Most of them just have some type of partial loss.
People with ASD (autism spectrum disorder) regularly experience issues communicating socially. They think that it is abnormal and overpowering.
A ton of assistive innovation and wearable tech has been created to assist them with communicating better. Presently, VR and AR are expecting to take it to a whole new level.
Travelling is tricky for persons with mobility-limiting disabilities. When they travel, they need to ensure that the places they visit are generally accessible.
People with paraplegia understand the reality of never walking again. This drove a group of researchers from Duke University to work on a project, called Walk Again Project.
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