Assistive Technology: Fulfilling the Promise for Individuals with DisabilitiesBy Beach Center Newsletter, Vol. 2
Publication Date: 2006
This issue focuses on assistive technology (AT), with special focus on AT for people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. Topics include: (1) technology use and people with intellectual disabilities; (2) four lives changed through technology; (3) what the law says about AT; (4) enhancing independent task performance for individuals with mental retardation through use of a handheld self-directed visual and audio prompting system; (5) computer and Web resources for people with disabilities; (6) Able Link Technologies; (7) how agency staff can help consumers with technology use; and (8) project news and resources.
Published by: Beach Center on Disability, University of Kansas (Website:http://www.beachcenter.org)
Link to text: http://www.beachcenter.org/news/default.asp?Type=Newsletter&act=&id=73
This publication is included in the library of the National Rehabilitation Information Center (NARIC), accession number O16379