Karen Glass, Karyl Hall; Occupational Therapists’ Views About the Use of Robotic Aids for People With Disabilities. Am J Occup Ther 1987;41(11):745-747. doi: 10.5014/ajot.41.11.745.
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The use of robotic aids for persons with disabilities has potential benefits both in terms of cost cutting and improved health care. This article reviews robotic aids currently in use and reports the results of a survey of 51 occupational therapists at four hospitals offering rehabilitation services for patients with spinal cord injuries: Therapists were generally positive about the use of robotic aids and expressed interest in learning more about this technology
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