Guided search - Assistive Products
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Included are, e.g., devices intended to improve a person's physical, mental and social abilities.; Devices that have a function other than training, but that may also be used for training, should be included in the class covering its principal function.; Assistive products for vocational assessment and vocational training, see >28 27
Assistive products for training alternative communication techniques and vocabulary to allow interpersonal communication; Included are, e.g., Braille, sign language and Bliss language.; Assistive products for communication and information, see >22
Products for training in, and learning, finger spelling, i.e. tactile communication for deaf blind people
Products for training in, and learning, sign languages, i.e. visual languages for deaf people
Products for training in, and learning, lip-reading; Included are, e.g., assistive products for training deaf and hard of hearing persons to understand what other people say by watching the movement of their lips.
Products for training and learning vocal language supplemented by signing
Products for training blind persons to read using the Braille code, which is a system of writing that uses characters made up of raised dots
Products for training and learning simplified and formalized pictures that represent a message or information; Included are, e.g., pic-symbols.
Products for training and learning communication with a special picture language called Bliss
Products for training and learning communication using pictures and drawings which illustrate the word or sentence to be communicated; Assistive products for drawing and writing, see >22 12
Products for teaching the Morse alphabet (a coded alphabet in which each letter is represented by a specific sequence of sounds or signals) and training people to use it; Assistive products for alarming, indicating, reminding and signalling, see >22 27