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WHO has recently published a new policy brief on improving access to assistive technology (AT). Targeted at policy makers, this brief highlights the challenges in access to AT and gives concrete actions to improve access across 5 key areas: people-centered, policy, products, provision, and personnel.
The policy brief advocates for the inclusion of assistive technology within universal health coverage, particularly strengthening service provision at the primary healthcare level.
You can download the policy brief from here.