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Work and Pensions Committee
The deadline for written submissions has passed. If you would like to send a submission please contact Committee staff.
The Committee invites evidence on the role of assistive technology in improving disabled people's employment rates, drawing on the Government's response to the Committee's Disability employment gap report.
The Committee welcomes submissions addressing any or all of the following questions:
The terms of reference for this inquiry are available in BSL.
Evidence given by Jo-Ann Moran, Senior Civil Servant, user of assistive technology, Stephen Duckworth, assistive technology user and business leader, Simon Wheatcroft assistive technology software advisor, innovator and user, Tracey Johnson, Holistic Workplace Needs Assessor and Assistive Technology Trainer, FM Hearing Systems and former Access to Work AssessorHector Minto, Head of Accessibility UK, Microsoft, Robin Christopherson MBE, Ability Net
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Work and Pensions Committee hears from users and manufacturers of assistive technology