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Assistive Technology

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Define Assistive Technology Assistive Technology is any item, piece of equipment, or product system that helps a person function.
What is No-tech? Low tech is assistive technology that contains no mechanical technology. Examples: a rubber band.
What is Low-tech? Low-tech is assistive technology that contains some mechanical parts, but it is not a computer or anything that contains the highest level of technology. examples: a timer.
What does is specialized-tech? Specialized tech is assistive technology that consists of the highest technology possible. Most of the time this includes a computer and some program on the computer.
Examples: How can a rubber band be used as assistive technology If you knot the rubber band and place one end around the pencil and one end around the hand it could be used to help stabilize the hand.
Examples: Would a pencil grip be used as assistive technology yes
Examples: Would manipulative be used as assistive technology? only if they improve the function of the child. If they are being used as academic tools they are not considered assistive tech.
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