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Edited by: Don A. Olson and Frank DeRuyter
Copyright 2002$98.95, Evolve, Reference
The Clinician's Guide to Assistive Technology was designed to provide allied health, clinical and support personnel with specific information about the diverse area of assistive technology. It provides clinical applications to assist the reader in solving problems and gaining options to help the individual who would benefit from these technologies become an active community member. The content of the manual provides a useful adjunct and practical focus for academic materials already available. It is organized around common groupings of technologies, and each chapter addresses specific client functions and abilities, technical options available, level of expertise, and specific goals and ideal applications of the assistive technology. Besides outlining the types of technology that are available, the guide also helps explain the adaptations of the technology and how different technological devices work together.
Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists.
Edited by: Don A. Olson, PhD, Associate Professor, Department Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Northwestern University Medical Schools; Director, Dixon Education and Training, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL; and Frank DeRuyter, PhD, Director and Associate Professor, Speech Pathology and Audiology, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC