TICs: Disabled Person

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The use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) allows to adapt the offer of

recreational and educational activities for People with Disabilities to the rules of social distance and low demand for digital inclusion in all aspects of life in society.

Pedagogical assistance for the use of ICTs by People with Disabilities is directed to both tutors and PCDs.

The challenge of developing and providing access to digital opportunities for work, communication and leisure demands knowledge of information and communication technologies and how they can be applied to everyday life to improve the quality of life.

It is possible to outline strategies and create opportunities for digital participation for PwDs inside and outside the Internet. The individual assessment of specific needs and the identification and good use of inclusive technological resources already present in the living environment of the PwD – whether at home, in the nursery, special school or in the work environment – is the initial basis for digital inclusion of this audience.

BRAZIL. Ministry of Education. Common National Curricular Base. Brasilia, 2018.

Whether connected to the Internet or not, resources such as tablets and computers, but also cell phones, smartwatches and even digital frames can serve as media for training communicative, cognitive and social skills.

  • Development of bespoke educational activities facilitated by TICS in the areas of communication, leisure and creativity.
  • Pedagogical Assistance for People with Disabilities: Identification and Use of Digital Tools.
  • Digitization at work with people with disabilities
  • Curated content and digital experience for people with disabilities

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