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ISO 9999 - Class and subclasses

05   ASSISTIVE PRODUCTS FOR TRAINING IN SKILLS

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05 03 Assistive products for communication therapy and training

Products for improving communication skills in written and spoken language.
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 06 Assistive products for training in alternative and augmentative communication

Assistive products for training in alternative communication techniques and vocabulary to allow interpersonal communication.
Included are, e.g. Braille, sign language, Bliss language.
ASSISTIVE PRODUCTS FOR COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION, see 22 00 00.

05 09 Assistive products for continence training

Devices to train a person to control the bladder and the intestine or bowel.

05 12 Assistive products for training in cognitive skills

Assistive products designed to enhance the abilities that underlie reasoning and logical activities, e.g., memory, attention, concentration, and conceptual and applied thinking.
ASSISTIVE PRODUCTS FOR COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION, see 22 00 00.

05 15 Assistive products for training in basic skills

Assistive products for training in sensory integration, see 04 36 09.

05 18 Assistive products for training in various educational subjects

Included are, e.g., assistive products to assist study and competence acquisition in a range of areas.
Assistive products for vocational assessment and vocational training, see 28 27 00.

05 24 Assistive products for training in the arts

Assistive products for the acquisition and exercise of functional abilities and tools allowing artistic expression in a range of fields.
ASSISTIVE PRODUCTS FOR RECREATION, see 30 00 00.

05 27 Assistive products for training in social skills

Devices and material for helping to learn how to interact with the ouside world, both in terms of individual social integration and relationships with others.

05 30 Assistive products for training in control of input units and handling products and goods

Physical test and evaluation materials, see 04 24 18.
Assistive products for perceptual training, see 04 36 00.
Equipment for movement, strength and balance training, see 04 48 00.
Input devices for computers, see 22 36 00.
ASSISTIVE PRODUCTS FOR HANDLING OBJECTS AND DEVICES, see 24 00 00.

05 33 Assistive products for training in daily living activities

ASSISTIVE PRODUCTS FOR PERSONAL CARE AND PROTECTION, see 09 00 00.

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