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SUNspot 4 - Stroke Survivors and Wireless Use and Usability

A review of data from the Wireless RERC's Survey of User Needs (SUN). This SUNspot focuses on the use and usability of wireless technology by stroke survivors. It compares their experiences with those of respondents with all types of disabilites who are not survivors of stroke.

SUNspot 3 - Wireless Users with Disabilities in Urban, Suburban and Rural Communities, 10.31.2010

A review of data from the Wireless RERC's Survey of User Needs (SUN). This SUNspot focuses on possible differences between people with disabilities who reside in urban, suburban and rural communities.

SUNspot 2 - Preliminary Data Analysis for People with Visual Impairment, 2010.09.17

This SUNspot addresses the following questions related to people with visual impairment. 1) Among people with blindness or low vision, how many have mobile wireless phones? 2) How many are satisfied with the phone they have and their wireless service? 3) How many use assistive technologies or third party software with their phones?

SUNspot 1 - About Wireless Users with Disabilities, 2010.08.10

This is the inaugural SUNspot, a series of short reports that provide preliminary analysis of responses from the Wireless RERC's Survey of User Needs (SUN). This SUNspot provides a view of the use patterns and usability of wireless technology by people with all types of disability.

Emergency Communications Survey-Full Report - June 2011

A summary of the findings from the Wireless RERC's survey on emergency communications and people with disabilities conducted November 2010-January 2011. The survey focused on 3 aspects of emergency communications: 1) contacting 9-1-1 emergency services, 2) receiving, verifying, and passing on public alerts such as weather advisories, 3) use of social media during public emergencies.

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