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Technology and the Individualized Education Program: A Primer for Parents and Professionals.

Excerpts from the RESNA Technical Assistance Project (1992) Assistive Technology and the Individualized Education Program. Washington, DC: RESNA Press

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Technology and Disability 1994; 3 (2):100-108.
Copyright 1994 by Butterworth-Heinemann


The authors define IDEA, assistive technology devices and services and their uses, and provide information on how to incorporate assistive technology into an IEP. Also included is information on funding sources for assistive technology for children with disabilities.


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