The Digi-ID PLUS Study
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  • Release Date: 2022-11-28
  • accessibility
  • digital inclusion
  • user-centered design
Video Introduction

This video is adapted from 10.3390/disabilities2040050

The Digi-ID PLUS study was established with a team of seven people with an intellectual disability. Team members were hired as a diverse group to give insight into their lived experiences in reviewing and validating research findings. Their insights were key to every aspect of Digi-ID PLUS. It has been recognized that user-centered design enhances technology development and accessibility; therefore, the aim of establishing a Citizen Advisory Panel (CAP) in their program design and delivery is to include the critical role of users by experience to review, validate and test our solution to enhance the accessibility of all aspects of the program. Working with Digi-ID PLUS, the CAP spoke of the impact being paid team members had on their lives.

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Murphy, E.;  Yap, M.L.;  Delaney, J.;  Hogan, B.;  Burke, C.;  Heduan, D.;  Breslin, D. The Digi-ID PLUS Study. Encyclopedia. Available online: (accessed on 13 April 2024).
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