study aims to provide a greater awareness and contribute to a greater
awareness of society about the possibilities offered by ICTs for
persons with visual, hearing and mobility disabilities, to improve
their welfare and employment opportunities.
delves into the facilities and difficulties to access and use three
types of specific technologies: the mobile phone, Internet
(including social networking and e-government) and the computer.
core of the study is based on the exploitation of EPDFVE Survey 2013,
for persons with visual, hearing and mobility disabilities between 18
and 64 years
in Spain, designed specifically to know, from experience and
perception of disabled people themselves, how they can access and use
the various technologies listed. Also, we want to know what aspects
of ICT are more useful to enhance their
daily life, what are the limitations that these groups have
take advantage of its benefits and what demands and proposals make us
to improve their access and use thereof.
analysis of data from the 2013 Survey EPDFVE allows to answer various
questions raised with regard to people with disabilities and the role
of ICT in their daily lives.
is available for download, in PDF, a summary of the report with main
full report (188 pages) must be requested by sending an email to