Electronic aids to daily living: be able to do what you want.

  title={Electronic aids to daily living: be able to do what you want.},
  author={Michele Verdonck and Gill Chard and Maeve Nolan},
  journal={Disability and rehabilitation. Assistive technology},
  volume={6 3},
PURPOSE This study explores the experiences of Irish people with high cervical spinal cord injuries living with electronic aids to daily living (EADL) and the meaning attributed to such systems in the context of participation in everyday life. METHOD Qualitative methodology using a phenomenological approach was used to explore the phenomenon of living with EADL. Data were collected using four focus groups of users and nonusers of EADL (n = 15). All participants had high cervical spinal cord… CONTINUE READING
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