Status and opportunities for promoting use of Assistive technologies and content for persons with disabilities in India: Survey
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This research aims to understand how and what tools, technologies and content persons with disabilities (referred to as participants) in India use and how these factors can help them in education, employment and independent living. It also aims to understand how participants use technology and content to better their lives, and what needs to be done by Schools, training institutes, employers, or others to better serve their needs.

This research is being conducted by Saksham in partnership with Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI).
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Persons 14 and above or in the secondary stage can fill the forms on their own. If the participant is below the age of 14, another person (teacher or guardian or parent) may assist them.

This will take about 30-40 minutes in total.

If you choose to participate, please be assured that all the information given by you will be kept totally confidential. This information will be combined with similar information from other people with visual, hearing and learning disabilities in India, to look at the average status and opportunities for promoting use of technologies and content for persons with disabilities across society.

There are no obvious physical, legal, or economic risks associated with participating in this study because your information will not be used in an identifiable manner. The privacy of the individual will be maintained and no actual names will be used. However the essence of what the person is sharing and direct narratives will be quoted from.

Participation in this survey is voluntary. You may decline from answering any question at any time. You may also ask questions at any time. You may terminate your participation at any time. However, we hope that you will take part in this survey since your participation is important.
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