Assistive Technology: Access for all Students, Pearson eText with Loose-Leaf Version -- Access Card Package, 3rd edition

  • Laura A. Bowden Carpenter
  • Linda B. Johnston
  • Lawrence A. Beard

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ISBN-13:  9780133550948

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Assistive Technology (AT) provides useful information and strategies on choosing and using the most appropriate technology and services for children, youth and adults with disabilities. It’s been updated to reflect the most recent AT and includes links to websites of current, up-to-date AT devices.

For courses in Assistive Technology and Technology in Special Education. Appropriate as either a core or supplementary text

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Table of contents

1. Assistive Technology: An Introduction and Overview
2. Assistive Technology, Universal Design for Learning, Response to Intervention and Common Core State Standards
3. Assistive Technology: Evaluation
4. Assistive Technology for the Young Child
5. Assistive Technology for Students with Higher-Incidence Disabilities
6. Assistive Technology for Positioning and Mobility
7. Assistive Technology for Communication
8. Assistive Technology for Sensory Impairments
9. Assistive Technology for Autism Spectrum Disorders
10. Assistive Technology for the Transition to the Adult World

Author Index
Subject Index 

Published by Pearson (March 14th 2014) - Copyright © 2015

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