Training in priority assistive products: report from the first pilot

Giulia Barbareschi, E Tebbutt, K Mines
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The first pilot of the training in priority assistive products package (TAP) was carried out in Bangalore, India in partnership with Mobility India and the Bangalore Baptist Hospital's Community Health Division in collaboration with Motivation Australia, LV Prasad Eye Institute, and the University College London between the 27th February and the 2nd March 2018. The scope of the pilot was to identify potential barriers and facilitators to the future implementation of TAP; gather feedback from representative TAP users to inform ongoing development of TAP; as well as to pilot the evaluation methodology for future TAP pilots. This report aims to presents an overview of TAP and of the pilot, illustrate the key pilot findings, and highlights key recommendations going forward.