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Breaking down barriers in the mind is more important than the tools themselves - Interview of REHACARE Magazine


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  • braille /
  • employer /
  • employee /
  • work task /
  • working equipment /
  • working environment /
  • access to workplace /
  • eye /
  • output device /
  • vocational rehabilitation /
  • screen work /
  • aids for the blind /
  • braille printer /
  • office work /
  • computer /
  • printer /
  • input device /
  • employment /
  • white stick /
  • reading device /
  • mobility /
  • mobility aid /
  • mobility training /
  • new hire /
  • public transport /
  • organisation /
  • orientation /
  • orientation aid /
  • screenreader /
  • sensory disorder /
  • software /
  • university studies /
  • participation /
  • participation in working life /
  • text recognition /
  • text recognition software /
  • environment /
  • best practice /
  • umemployment /
  • computer workplace /
  • EASTIN /
  • safety /
  • emergency /
  • brand /
  • scientific assistant /
  • barrier-freedom /
  • hand rail /
  • marking /
  • guidance system /
  • soil indicators /
  • evacuation /
  • speech output /
  • headset /
  • working hours /
  • part-time job /
  • inclusion /
  • digitalization /
  • university /
  • information and communication /
  • mobility and locomotion /
  • soft skills and social behaviour /
  • scanner /
  • interview /
  • labour office /
  • office for vocational integration /
  • blindness /
  • office /
  • public service /
  • education /
  • science /
  • visualize /
  • information perception /
  • information output /
  • independence /
  • workplace design /
  • work organisation /
  • industrial safety /
  • technical advice /
  • assistive product /
  • job assistance


update status: 13.07.2020


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