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McMaster Assistive Technology



McMaster Assistive Technology (or AccessATCanada) is an AGE-WELL NCE funded research project which aims to understand and advance access to assistive technology in Canada. In collaboration with McMaster Health Forum, the University of Toronto, and March of Dimes, AccessATCanada aims to examine how assistive technologies are accessed by Canadians to identify funding and service gaps in addition to exploring ethical issues on equity of access to those devices.

With Cubicle Fugitive’s longstanding relationship with McMaster University’s Health Forum, AccessATCanada approached us to design and develop a new website that will be used by caregivers, care providers, policymakers, and other stakeholders to support the development of strategies and policies that can improve access in a fairway.


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