Assistive Devices For Empowering Disabled People Through Robotic Technologies (ADAPT) Project

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The ADAPT project aims to develop innovative solutions to improve the home care, wellbeing and independence of people with severe disabilities.

The ADAPT project started in January 2017 and will finish in June 2021. It is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) within the framework of the INTERREG VA France (Channel) England programme.

It has three main aims:

  • To develop technological innovations for the welfare, quality of life, well-being, home care and independent living of people with severe disabilities
  • To train healthcare professionals in the use of Assistive Technology solutions
  • To map the stakeholders and set up events to promote the results of the project and ensure the sustainability of the technology developed

For more information regarding the wider ADAPT project, please visit the ADAPT website.

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ADAPT pARTNERS

Learn more about the ADAPT Project partners in England and France.

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Meet the Team

Find out more about the ADAPT project team at Canterbury Christ Church University.

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Adapt at tRAINING

The ADAPT Assistive Technology training Units have been developed to provide those working with AT users with knowledge of the area and related issues.

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Contact us

  • To get in touch with the ADAPT team at Canterbury Christ Church University, please contact adapt@canterbury.ac.uk
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