Family Issues and Assistive Technology Needs: A Sampling of State PracticesJournal of Special Education Technology
AbstractA survey of 28 Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Part H coordinators throughout the nation investigated current assessment practices used to prescribe augmentative and alternative communication devices for young children with disabilities. Few respondents reported that they provided training "to a great extent" in the uses of the devices for the child or family.
Citation InformationHoward P. Parette and Jack J. Hourcade. "Family Issues and Assistive Technology Needs: A Sampling of State Practices" Journal of Special Education Technology (1997)
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