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Date:3/24/2011

NEW YORK, March 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Assistive Devices for Special Needs: Technologies and Global Markets

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THIS REPORT CONTAINS

An overview of devices and accommodation products for several categories of special needs, including cognitive learning disabilities, intellectual/developmental disabilities, and physical disabilities

Analysis of global market trends, with data from 2009, estimates for 2010, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2015

Discussion of accommodations for identified special-needs people in the U.S. and internationally through regulatory bodies, including the U.S. process for implementing accommodations in schools

Evaluations of emerging devices in consumer electronics, mobility devices, and sensory applications

Examinations of the industry structure, including major manufacturers and market shares, and comprehensive company profiles.

INTRODUCTION

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

The objectives of the study are to present a comprehensive look at the assistive devices for special needs market, to provide quantitative market measurements of both the overall market and all possible market segments, and to forecast market and segment growth over the next 5 years. 

REASONS FOR STUDY

This BCC study is presented to increase the awareness of assistive devices for special needs. The study analyzes select assistive devices for special needs market from different standpoints and addresses issues and trends affecting the market. Assistive devices for special needs manufacturers, driven by both research breakthroughs and increased recognition of expanding market opportunities, have stepped up the pace of development of innovative devices. Because of the evolving nature of this important area of study, executives of assistive devices for special needs must remain ever vigilant of the changing environment and strive to keep abreast of new and currently used modalities in all facets of the market.

SCOPE OF STUDY

This report is a comprehensive business tool designed to provide an in-depth look at the assistive devices for special needs market. The geographic scope of the report is global with a special emphasis on the United States. The report describes the industry, its relationship to the healthcare industry and its participants, and trends for the future.

Categories discussed in the report include:

Sensory Impairment Devices

Classroom/Instructional Devices

Movement/Mobility Devices

Workplace Adaptive Devices.

All categories are discussed in detail, describing each segment, identifying current products on the market, measuring market size, identifying market drivers, forecasting for 2009 to 2015, and assessing the competitors and competitor market shares.

METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES

The information and analysis presented in this BCC report are based on extensive first-hand interviews with primary research sources, including executives, product managers, and clinical specialists in the intravenous infusion and vein access arena. Background information was obtained from various government agencies, business and medical journals, trade magazines, and interviews with doctors and nurses involved in the administration of intravenous therapy and vein access. 

Key information from published literature was used to conduct interviews with over 25 industry participants to validate and obtain expert opinions on current and future trends in the assistive devices for special needs industry. Interviews were the primary basis for development of market size. Interviews were also used to confirm and/or adjust market size and market share estimates, as well as formulating market projections.

All market data pertain to the global market at the manufacturer's level. Data are expressed in current U.S. dollars. The base year was 2010. Historical data are provided for 2009 and forecast data are provided for 2015. Historical, base year, and forecast data are provided for each market segment and subsegment. Market shares are provided for each market segment for the 2010 base year.

ANALYST CREDENTIALS

Mary Anne Crandall is an expert industry analyst specializing in the pharmaceutical industry for the last 18 years. She has completed several in-depth studies on various medical topics requiring both medical expertise and excellent knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry. Ms. Crandall has extensive knowledge in the medical field, has a M.S. in psychology and is currently working on a PhD. 

Chapter- 1: INTRODUCTION

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 1

REASONS FOR STUDY 1

SCOPE OF STUDY 1

METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES 2

ANALYST CREDENTIALS 2

RELATED BCC REPORTS 2

BCC ONLINE SERVICES 3

DISCLAIMER 3

Chapter-2: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 4

SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST ASSISTIVE DEVICES FOR SPECIAL NEEDS, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 5

SUMMARY FIGURE FORECAST FOR ASSISTIVE DEVICES FOR SPECIAL NEEDS MARKETS, 2009–2015 ($ MILLIONS) 6

Chapter-3: INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT 7

DEFINITIONS 8

ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGIES 8

DISABILITIES VS. DISEASES 8

Assistive Technologies vs. Pharmaceuticals 9

Assistive Technologies vs. Prosthetics and Orthotics 9

Assistive Technologies vs. Cosmetic Products 10

KEY FACTORS FUELING THE GROWTH 10

TECHNOLOGIES 10

Materials 10

Electronic Technology 11

Speech Recognition and Vocal Output 11

Communication Technology 12

Mobile Location Technology 12

Sensor Technology 13

Artificial Intelligence 13

Energy Sources 14

iPad Assistive Devices 15

Miniaturization 15

DEMOGRAPHICS 15

   TABLE 1 GLOBAL POPULATION BY SELECTED GEOGRAPHICAL REGION, 2008–2050 (MILLIONS/%) 16

FIGURE 1 GLOBAL POPULATION BY SELECTED GEOGRAPHICAL REGION, 2008–2050 (MILLIONS) 17

Disability Demographics 18

   TABLE 2 U.S. OLDER POPULATION BY AGE GROUP, CENSUS YEARS 1900-2050 18

FIGURE 2 TOTAL WORLD POPULATION WITH DISABILITIES, 2009 (MILLIONS) 19

   TABLE 3 PROJECTED NUMBER OF DISABLED PEOPLE, THROUGH 2015 (MILLIONS) 20

FIGURE 3 PROJECTED INCREASE IN WORLD DISABLED POPULATION, 2009–2015 (MILLIONS) 20

Disability in Europe 20

Disability in Africa 21

Disability in Asia 21

Disability in Australia 22

Disability in America 22

FIGURE 4 U.S. POPULATION WHOSE DAILY ACTIVITIES ARE LIMITED BY DISABILITIES, BY AGE GROUP, 2009 (MILLIONS) 22

FIGURE 4 (CONTINUED) 23

SENSORY LOSS 23

Hearing Loss 23

   TABLE 4 REPORTED INCIDENCE OF HEARING PROBLEMS AMONG U.S. ADULTS BY SEX/AGE GROUP, 2009 (MILLIONS) 24

Vision Loss 24

   TABLE 5 REPORTED INCIDENCE OF BLINDNESS AND VISION IMPAIRMENT IN THE U.S. BY SEX/AGE GROUP, 2009 25

COMMUNICATION DISORDERS 26

Speech Impairments 26

Writing Difficulties 27

LOSS OF MOBILITY/DEXTERITY 27

   TABLE 6 REPORTED INCIDENCE OF IMPAIRED MOBILITY AND DEXTERITY IN THE U.S. BY SEX/AGE GROUP, 2009 (MILLIONS) 27

Arthritis 28

   TABLE 7 INCIDENCE OF DOCTOR-DIAGNOSED ARTHRITIS CASES AND CHRONIC JOINT SYMPTOMS IN THE U.S. BY AGE GROUP, 2009 (MILLIONS) 28

Osteoporosis 29

Loss of Strength/Balance/Coordination 29

OBESITY 29

FUNDING ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY 30

FUNDING ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY (CONTINUED) 31

FUNDING ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY (CONTINUED) 32

FUNDING ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY (CONTINUED) 32

FUNDING ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY (CONTINUED) 33

FUNDING ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY (CONTINUED) 34

PRODUCTS FOR SENSORY IMPAIRED SPECIAL NEEDS 35

VISION IMPAIRMENT ASSISTIVE DEVICES 35

Screen Enlargers 35

Screen Readers 35

Reading Machines 36

Speech Recognition Systems 36

Speech Synthesizers 37

Refreshable Braille Displays 37

Braille Embossers 37

Talking and Large-print Word Processors 38

Digital Books 38

New Developments 39

HEARING IMPAIRMENT ASSISTIVE DEVICES 39

Hearing Aids 39

Analog vs. Digital Hearing Aids 40

Behind-the-Ear vs. In-the-Ear Designs 40

Behind-the-…(Continued) 41

Eyeglass Hearing Aids 42

Other Features 42

New Technologies 42

Non-Amplification Technology 43

MEMS-Based Hearing Aids 43

   TABLE 8 HEARING AID MANUFACTURERS 44

Cochlear Implants 44

Personal Frequency Modulation (FM) Systems 45

Infrared Systems 46

Induction Loop Systems 46

One-to-One Communicators 46

New Developments 46

MARKET AND COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS 47

TABLE 9 GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR SENSORY IMPAIRED DEVICES, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 48

FIGURE 5 MARKET FORECAST FOR SENSORY IMPAIRED DEVICES 2009-2015 ($ MILLIONS) 48

FIGURE 6 MARKET PERCENTAGES OF TOTAL SENSORY IMPAIRED MARKET 2010 (%) 49

FIGURE 7 MARKET PERCENTAGES OF TOTAL SENSORY IMPAIRED MARKET 2015 (%) 49

FIGURE 7 (CONTINUED) 49

FIGURE 7 (CONTINUED) 50

Market and competitive … (Continued) 51

   TABLE 10 MANUFACTURERS MARKET SHARE OF SENSORY IMPAIRED DEVICES, 2010 (%) 52

FIGURE 8 MANUFACTURERS MARKET SHARE OF SENSORY IMPAIRED DEVICES 2010 (%) 53

CLASSROOM/INSTRUCTIONAL DEVICES FOR LEARNING DISABILITIES 53

ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER/ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER 54

Handheld Computer/PDA 55

Sensory Integration Devices 55

DYSCALCULIA 55

Integrative Mathematics Software 56

Manipulatives—Virtual and Manual 57

Talking Calculator 57

DYSPRAXIA 57

Augmentative/Alternative Communication Device 58

Speech Recognition Software 58

Perceptual Training Software Programs 58

DYSLEXIA 59

Dyslexia (Continued) 60

Scanning and Reading Pens 61

Speech Recognition Software 61

Text to Speech 61

Concept Mapping 62

Recording Devices/Portable Notetakers 62

Handheld Spellcheckers 62

Word Prediction, Word Banks 63

Personal Information Managers 63

DYSGRAPHIA 63

Talking Word Processors 64

Word Prediction 64

MARKET AND COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS 64

   TABLE 11 WORLDWIDE MARKET FORECAST FOR CLASSROOM/INSTRUCTIONAL DEVICES FOR LEARNING DISABILITIES, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 65

FIGURE 9 MARKET FORECAST FOR CLASSROOM/INSTRUCTIONAL DEVICES FOR LEARNING DISABILITIES, 2009-2015 ($ MILLIONS) 66

FIGURE 10 MARKET PERCENTAGES OF TOTAL MARKET, 2010 (%) 66

FIGURE 10 (CONTINUED) 67

FIGURE 11 MARKET PERCENTAGES OF TOTAL MARKET 2015 (%) 67

Market and Competitive Analysis (Continued) 68

Market and Competitive Analysis (Continued) 69

   TABLE 12 MANUFACTURERS MARKET SHARE OF CLASSROOM/INSTRUCTIONAL DEVICES FOR LEARNING DISABILITIES, 2010 (%) 70

FIGURE 12 MANUFACTURERS MARKET SHARE OF CLASSROOM/INSTRUCTIONAL DEVICES FOR LEARNING DISABILITIES, 2010 (%) 71

MOVEMENT AND MOBILITY DEVICES FOR SPECIAL NEEDS 71

FINE/GROSS/PERCEPTUAL MOTOR SKILLS 71

Picture Boards 72

Voice Output Communication Device 72

Page Scanners 72

Speech Synthesizers 73

Enlarging Devices 73

MOTOR VEHICLE CONVERSIONS AND ACCESSORIES 73

 TABLE 13 U.S. MOTOR VEHICLE DISABLED ACCESS CONVERSION KIT MANUFACTURERS 74

 Lift/Ramps 74

MOBILITY AIDS 74

Ambulatory Aids 74

TABLE 14 AMBULATORY AID MANUFACTURERS 75

Wheelchairs, Scooters, and Accessories 75

Wheelchairs 75

   TABLE 15 WHEELCHAIR MANUFACTURERS 76

Scooters 77

   TABLE 16 SCOOTER MANUFACTURERS 78

MARKET AND COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS 78

   TABLE 17 GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR MOVEMENT AND MOBILITY DEVICES FOR SPECIAL NEEDS, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 79

FIGURE 13 MARKET FORECAST FOR MOVEMENT AND MOBILITY AIDS DEVICES 2009-2015 ($ MILLIONS) 79

FIGURE 14 MARKET PERCENTAGES OF MOVEMENT AND MOBILITY AIDS DEVICES, 2010 (%) 80

FIGURE 15 MARKET PERCENTAGES OF MOVEMENT AND MOBILITY AIDS DEVICES, 2015 (%) 81

   TABLE 18 MANUFACTURERS MARKET SHARE OF MOVEMENT AND MOBILITY DEVICES, 2010 (%) 82

FIGURE 16 MANUFACTURERS MARKET SHARE OF MOVEMENT AND MOBILITY DEVICES, 2010 (%) 83

WORKPLACE ADAPTIVE TOOLS 83

Computer Devices 83

Specially Designed Keyboards 83

Adaptive Mouse Technology 84

Alternative Input Devices 84

Braille Embossers 85

Keyboard Filters 85

Touch-screen Keyboards 86

Screen Enlargers/Screen Magnifiers 86

Screen Readers 86

Speech Recognition or Voice Recognition Programs 86

Communication Devices 86

Augmentive Communication Devices 86

Electronic Speech Synthesizers 87

Light Signaler Alerts 87

Text-to-Speech or Speech Synthesizers 87

Talking and Large-print Word Processors 87

TTY/TDD Conversion Modems 87

MARKET AND COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS 88

   TABLE 19 MARKET FORECAST FOR WORKPLACE ADAPTIVE DEVICES, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 88

FIGURE 17 MARKET FORECAST FOR WORKPLACE ADAPTIVE DEVICES, 2009-2015 ($ MILLIONS) 89

FIGURE 18 MARKET PERCENTAGES OF WORKPLACE ADAPTIVE DEVICES, 2010 (%) 89

FIGURE 18 (CONTINUED) 90

FIGURE 19 MARKET PERCENTAGES OF WORKPLACE ADAPTIVE DEVICES, 2015 (%) 90

Market and Competitive … (Continued) 91

   TABLE 20 MANUFACTURERS MARKET SHARE OF WORKPLACE ADAPTIVE DEVICES, 2010 (%) 92

FIGURE 20 MANUFACTURERS MARKET SHARE OF WORKPLACE ADAPTIVE DEVICES, 2010 (%) 93

Chapter-4: TOTAL MARKET SIZE AND GROWTH

TOTAL MARKET SIZE AND GROWTH 94

TOTAL MARKET SIZE AND GROWTH (CONTINUED) 95

   TABLE 21 GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST ASSISTIVE DEVICES FOR SPECIAL NEEDS, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 96

FIGURE 21 FORECAST FOR ASSISTIVE DEVICES FOR SPECIAL NEEDS MARKETS, 2009–2015 ($ MILLIONS) 96

FIGURE 22 MARKET PERCENTAGES OF ASSISTIVE DEVICES FOR SPECIAL NEEDS, 2010 (%) 97

FIGURE 23 MARKET PERCENTAGES OF ASSISTIVE DEVICES FOR SPECIAL NEEDS, 2015 (%) 98

MARKET ANALYSIS BY REGION 98

TOTAL 99

   TABLE 22 PERCENT SHARE OF TOTAL ASSISTIVE DEVICES MARKET, BY REGION, 2010 (%) 99

FIGURE 24   PERCENT SHARE OF TOTAL ASSISTIVE DEVICES MARKET, BY REGION, 2010 (%) 100

   TABLE 23 PERCENT SHARE OF TOTAL ASSISTIVE DEVICES MARKET, BY REGION, 2015 (%) 100

FIGURE 25 PERCENT SHARE OF TOTAL ASSISTIVE DEVICES MARKET, BY REGION, 2015 (%) 101

SENSORY IMPAIRED DEVICES 101

   TABLE 24 PERCENT SHARE OF SENSORY IMPAIRED DEVICES MARKET, BY REGION, 2010 (%) 102

FIGURE 26   PERCENT SHARE OF SENSORY IMPAIRED DEVICES MARKET,   BY REGION, 2010 (%) 102

   TABLE 25 PERCENTAGE OF SENSORY IMPAIRED DEVICES MARKET, BY REGION, 2015 (%) 103

FIGURE 27   PERCENT SHARE OF SENSORY IMPAIRED DEVICES MARKET,   BY REGION, 2015 (%) 103

CLASSROOM/INSTRUCTIONAL DEVICES 103

   TABLE 26 PERCENT SHARE OF CLASSROOM/INSTRUCTIONAL DEVICES MARKET, 2010 (%) 104

FIGURE 28 PERCENT SHARE OF CLASSROOM/INSTRUCTIONAL DEVICES MARKET, 2010 (%) 104

   TABLE 27 PERCENT SHARE OF CLASSROOM/INSTRUCTIONAL DEVICES MARKET, 2015 (%) 105

FIGURE 29 PERCENT SHARE OF CLASSROOM/INSTRUCTIONAL DEVICES MARKET, 2015 (%) 105

MOVEMENT AND MOBILITY DEVICES 105

   TABLE 28 PERCENT SHARE OF MOVEMENT AND MOBILITY DEVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2010 (%) 106

FIGURE 30 PERCENT SHARE OF MOVEMENT AND MOBILITY DEVICES, BY REGION, 2010 (%) 106

   TABLE 29 PERCENT SHARE OF MOVEMENT AND MOBILITY DEVICE MARKET, BY REGION, 2015 (%) 107

FIGURE 31 PERCENT SHARE OF MOVEMENT AND MOBILITY DEVICES, BY REGION, 2010 (%) 107

WORKPLACE ADAPTIVE DEVICES 107

   TABLE 30 PERCENT SHARE OF WORKPLACE ADAPTIVE DEVICES MARKET, BY REGION, 2010 (%) 108

FIGURE 32 PERCENT SHARE OF WORKPLACE ADAPTIVE DEVICES MARKET, BY REGION, 2010 (%) 108

   TABLE 31 PERCENT SHARE OF WORKPLACE ADAPTIVE DEVICES MARKET, BY REGION, 2015 (%) 109

FIGURE 33 PERCENT SHARE OF WORKPLACE ADAPTIVE DEVICES MARKET, BY REGION, 2015 (%) 109

Chapter-5: TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS

PATENT ANALYSIS 110

FIGURE 34 U.S. ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY PATENTS ISSUED SINCE 1976 AND PATENT APPLICATIONS PENDING BY TYPE OF TECHNOLOGY (%) 110

FIGURE 34 (CONTINUED) 111

TABLE 32 ASSISTIVE DEVICES FOR SPECIAL NEEDS MANUFACTURERS BY TYPE, 2010 111

TABLE 32 (CONTINUED) 112

TABLE 32 (CONTINUED) 113

TABLE 32 (CONTINUED) 114

Chapter-6: MARKET OUTLOOK

MARKET OUTLOOK 115

MARKET OUTLOOK (CONTINUED) 116

Chapter-7: COMPANY PROFILES

BAUM RETEC AG 117

BAY ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES, LTD. 118

DOLPHIN COMPUTER ACCESS, LTD. 118

DUXBURY SYSTEMS, INC. 119

DYNAVOX, INC. 120

DYNAVOX, INC. (CONTINUED) 121

EXACT DYNAMICS B.V. 122

FREEDOM SCIENTIFIC, INC. 122

GN RESOUND GROUP 123

RESOUND 123

GW MICRO, INC. 124

HUMANWARE 125

INCLINATOR COMPANY OF AMERICA 126

INVACARE CORP. 126

INVACARE CORP.(CONTINUED) 127

KROWN MANUFACTURING 128

LIFTAVATOR INC. 128

MEDLINE INDUSTRIES, INC. 129

OPTELEC BV 130

OTIX GLOBAL, INC. 131

PRIDE MOBILITY PRODUCTS CORP. 131

RICON CORP. 132

SAVARIA CORPORATION 132

SIEMENS HEARING INSTRUMENTS, INC. 133

SONOVA HOLDING AG 134

STARKEY LABORATORIES INC 135

SUNRISE MEDICAL, INC. 136

TERRY GROUP, LTD. 137

THORNDIKE PRESS 138

WIDEX A/S 139

WILLIAM DEMANT HOLDING CO 139

WILLIAM DEMANT HOLDING CO (CONTINUED) 140

Chapter-8: APPENDIX: ASSISTIVE DEVICES FOR SPECIAL NEEDS DEVELOPERS/ MANUFACTURERS

TABLE 33 ASSISTIVE DEVICES FOR SPECIAL NEEDS DEVELOPERS/MANUFACTURERS 141

TABLE 33 (CONTINUED) 142

TABLE 33 (CONTINUED) 143

TABLE 33 (CONTINUED) 144

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