CRECS Noon-hour Colloquium

Engaging persons with cognitive impairments in Research and Development

People with cognitive impairments have the right and are capable of taking part in research and development projects.  Based on our experience, this presentation address the success and challenges faced when engaging persons with cognitive impairments in research and technology development processes.  It also depicts the efforts made for overcoming the challenges of focus group participation and engagement.
Virginie Cobigo. Director CRECS.
Hajer Chalghoumi. Research Associate. CRECS.

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