Computer Applications in Programs for Young Children with Disabilities: Recurring Themes
FOAODD Volume 11, Number 2, ISSN 1088-3576
This article summarizes findings from the Macomb Project's 15 years of research and provision of model demonstration computer application services to young children with disabilities, their families, and service delivery staff. Staff training, administrative support, technology assessments, family involvement, and transition services are all discussed as necessary for successful childhood technology outcomes. (Author/PB)
Hutinger, P.L. (1996). Computer Applications in Programs for Young Children with Disabilities: Recurring Themes. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities, 11(2), 105.
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