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Researchers Use Flashlight To Test New Alzheimer’s Therapy Method


UAE hackathon will mean people with disabilities can have assistive technology catered to their needs

Khatib, Director of Al Noor Training Center

One of the biggest challenges faced by people with disabilities is integration and visibility. A lack of access and technology to help people be more independent means they are often unable to perform daily tasks in public.

Al Noor centre is inviting residents to visit a supermarket and restaurant set-up at the end of the month where students will disabilities will use speech and eye tracking technology to help them work and communicate with customers. Read More

The ATC welcomes Guest Bloggers. This post was suggested by Lucy Wyndham.

The number of people with Alzheimer’s disease is exploding, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. No cure currently exists for this common disease that affects many elders. However, scientists are racing against time to come up with effective treatments for Alzheimer's disease. Read More

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