Efficiency is about knowing the available tools, what they can do for you, and when to use them.
Have you ever seen a shopper carrying lots of groceries leave the store with her car keys in her mouth? As she struggles to carry her groceries and open her car door, she risks dropping her bags, her keys or both!
Instead of using a cart, she battles with too many tasks that are hard for her to do. Assistive technology works the same way as the cart. It can simplify tasks, helping you to avoid unnecessary battles and complete your tasks more efficiently.