Research Briefs (Tots n Tech Research Institute)
Self-help devices for people with disabilities, Children with disabilities -- Education -- Audio-visual aids, Educational technology -- United States -- Assessment
EI professionals from across the country recently participated in the Tots-n-Tech’s (TnT) Assistive Technology (AT) Program Self-Assessment. Part C Coordinators designated agency and program directors, regional coordinators, or other relevant people in their states to respond to the on-line self assessment of AT practices. The self-assessment is designed to provide a picture of how well recommended AT practices are implemented within state communities. Information from all respondents is combined to provide state-wide and regional views of how programs are doing in making AT available for infants and toddlers with disabilities or delayed development.
McLeod, J., Campbell, P. H., Wilcox, M. J., Guimond, A. (2009). A look at technology use across the country: State implementation of AT practices for infants and toddlers. Research Brief Volume 3, Number 2. Tots n Tech Research Institute