Assistive Technology Resource Pack for Early Intervention Families and Professionals: Frequently Asked QuestionsUploaded: October 19, 2005 | 0 Comments |
Assistive technology (AT) is sometimes seen as only meaning a device, such as a communication system, that is expensive and difficult to obtain and use, or something that a child may not be needed by a child who is under three years of age. But “high tech”, complex AT devices represent only a small portion of the assistive technology that may be used to help infants and toddlers to participate in activities and routines in their homes and in community settings.
Topic: Assistive technology, Early Intervention - Infant/Toddler, Early Intervention - Preschool
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