Assistive Technology: An Interdisciplinary Approach
Beverly K. Bain, Dawn Leger
Churchill Livingstone, 1997 - Medical - 352 pages
A manual of assistive technology focusing on the consumer rather than then equipment. It takes a system approach to assistive technology and covers all facets of independent living for persons with disabilities. Presents essential information about the assessment of clients and evaluation of equipment needed for the effective use of technology.
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