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List of every expert witness claiming expertise in Assistive technology

This list shows every expert witness in the UK Register of Expert Witnesses who claims expertise in Assistive technology. Click on any expert witness to view full details. You may prefer to interactively search the Register.

Mr Humberstone in TODMORDEN
Specialist assessment & CPR 35 compliant reports (CUBS accredited) for assistive technology • Bespoke IT solutions (e.g. switch, voice or eye gaze control) • Assistive technology from cause & effect to full home environmental control & multimedia distribution systems • AAC (communication aids) • Equipment training & rehabilitation with extensive experience of using technology as a communication therapist • Specialist areas: brain & spinal injury • Fully independent with no commercial interests • Project ...
Mr Slyper in BOREHAMWOOD
Qualified electrical engineer & computer consultant specialising in disability, workstation assessments, assistive technology assessments, expert witness reports & litigation support • Working as expert witness for over 10 years, with experience in adapting computers, assistive technology & environmental controls for people with mobility problems, visual impairment, brain injury & learning difficulties, ergonomic issues or complex disabilities • Specialist assessments & CPR35-compliant expert ...
Mr Gomm in CHIPPING NORTON
Expert in technology for physical, sensory & mental disability as a result of RTA, work, birth, head, spinal or any other injury • Covering mobility, AAC/communication, environmental control, home automation, entertainment, computer access, technology to aid or monitor care package, etc. • Working in the field since 1986, fully independent of all suppliers & producing litigation reports since 2002 for both claimant & defendant
Mr Hughes in ST HELENS
Children • Adults • Intellectual ability • Functional skills • Literacy • Communication • Police interview • Need for appropriate adult • Understanding of interview caution • Understanding of documents & forms • Readability of documents • Fitness to plead • Capacity to instruct/participate • Special measures in Court • Need for intermediary • Vulnerable witness • Suggestibility • Compliance • Learning difficulty • Disability • Specific learning difficulties • Dyslexia • Dyspraxia • ADHD • Attention difficulties • Hyperactivity • Autism • Asperger ...
Mrs Campbell in BATH
We can provide an opinion on the need & type of case management service required in medical negligence/personal injury matters, including mental health. We consider rehabilitation needs, the type of care package required, accommodation needs, need for equipment & alternative driving solutions. We are able to give indicative case management costs for immediate needs or on a longer term. We are able to respond quickly to requests for assessment. We appreciate the needs for urgent response.
Mrs Humberstone in TODMORDEN
Specialist in acquired brain injury with nearly 27 years of medico-legal experience • Former lead & consultant to NW brain injury units but now fully independent through my own company Equip2Speak • Experienced at all stages of the recovery process • CUBS accredited • Versed in condition, lifetime therapy & AAC equipment needs assessment and costs • Site visits nationwide & office consultation available • Offer bespoke carer training packages/therapy for clients in the NW • Augmented & Alternative Communication (AAC) ...
Mr Cumbers in NORWICH
Nationwide service • Architect specialising in accommodation needs: • Reporting on the long-term accommodation needs of claimants • Assessing & surveying existing accommodation • Identifying claimant's specific long-term accommodation needs • Evaluating accommodation options • Providing full architect services: designs, obtaining approvals, specifying the adapted & extended or purpose-built work, including specialised equipment & fittings to meet claimant's specific needs
Mrs Steddy in BRIDGEND
Personal injury litigation • Care cost assessments • Equipment & adaptation costs assessment • Worksite evaluation • Care management assessments • Care management • Case management • Supply of disability equipment
 
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