Help Identify Priority Assistive Products

December 8, 2015

The World Health Organization has launched a survey to identify the 50 top technologies people need worldwide to improve their lives. The survey, issued in the world’s 50 most spoken languages, will use the information gathered to build the WHO Priority Assistive Products List (APL), a tool that will set the standard for the most essential assistive products that must be available in a health system.

The survey is open to all stakeholders, especially current or potential users, their families and organizations. I am attaching a Lancet article related to GATE.

Complete the survey online here:
Please share the survey with your colleagues both service providers and users or potential users.