Abandonment of Assistive Technology?

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I found this article talking about assistive technology and how people with disabilities such as cognitive, physial, visual, auditory, motor and sensory impairments use the assistive devices they have. The takeaway for me after reading this was that if a technology is not user-friendly, tons of money goes to waste.

https://link.springer.com/epdf/10.1007/978-3-319-94274-2_77?sharing_token=PQLW8-MhYL46_VyJaVoIl_e4RwlQNchNByi7wbcMAY7z86r75DPyB7ZeU-HO8QvVeMEodQjSQOpEDOucCHImvigA6HCVZSqi7SfxfQiJl-LKpSVqeMi1C6V1PLQ8qs2TIP_Gu6vNnqY-30ToTt4jm8juEb711F14wwGsI4Jx-3g%3D

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TENAYSHUS (Tenacious Blind Girl) is a retired Registered Nurse who needed support following her diagnosis of Retinitis Pigmentosa, one of many conditions that cause low vision. When she could not find a support group, she learned web design to build LowVisionSupportGroup.com to help others impacted with Low Vision. The site was created using accessibility-ready web authoring tools.