Tel: + 46 46 222 40 94
I have been a doctoral candidate at Certec since January 2006. My research deals with accessibility. I am particularly interested in interactive communication media and new forms for augmentative and alternative communication that enable interaction between children with severe disabilities and their families.
I am also employed by the Furuboda Association, a nonprofit organization
with an extensive program of activities for people with and without
disabilities. Furuboda often works in a project format and has a separate project division, Furuboda Competence Center, of
which I was the director from 2002 to 2006.
I am very involved in the area of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) and have been the chairperson of ISAAC-Sweden, a nonprofit interest association in AAC and member of the International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication. I am also on ISAAC's international board of directors.
In recent years, I have worked extensively on how commercial computer games can be adapted so that people with disabilities can play them. I managed the Interagera Project from 2002-2004 which included the Gamer’s Lair. I am also a member of the European consortium, Games Accessibility, which works on guidelines for game developers.
On October 17, 2007 I presented my licentiate thesis entitled "Situated Design
for All – In praise of improvisation." It is currently only available in Swedish,
but a summary in English can be found
Last modified: mars 11, 2010