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ISO 9999 - Subclass and Divisions

Click on any subclass or division to see the types of assistive products that are classified under that classification.

05 03 Assistive products for communication therapy and training

Assistive products for training in alternative and augmentative communication, see 05 06 00.
Assistive products for mother tongue training, see 05 18 03.
Assistive products for foreign language training, see 05 18 06.
Assistive products that record, play and display audio, visual or audiovisual information using electronic media, see 22 18 00.

05 03 03 Assistive products for voice and speech training

Products for training and developing the use of voice and speech, particularly in relation to the production and awareness of sounds.
Included are, e.g., assistive products for training spoken language, S-,F-, and Sch-indicators and acoustic spectral analyzers.
Assistive products for mother tongue training, see 05 18 03.
Assistive products for foreign language training, see 05 18 06.

05 03 06 Training materials for developing reading skills

Products for training and developing reading skills, particularly strategy, approach and performance.
Assistive products for mother tongue training, see 05 18 03.
Book supports and book holders, see 22 30 15.

05 03 09 Training materials for developing writing skills

Products for training and developing writing skills, particularly strategy, approach, performance and creativity.
Assistive products for training in typing, see 05 30 12.
Typewriters, see 22 12 15.

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