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Legislative cases that led to the use of AT.

In addition to providing funding for the longterm care for persons with disabilities, this piece of legislation defined 'disability' using words that would be incorporated to varying degrees in future legislation. The Social Security Amendments of 1965, Pub. L. No. 89-97
In 1986, a toddler with a disability would be able to take advantage of services and guaranteed an education regardless of what state they lived in thanks to this piece of legislation. The Education of the Handicapped Act Amendments of 1986
What did the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 provide major funding for, and what did Section 504 have to do with it? It provided major funding for vocational training for persons with disabilities. Section 504 prevented people with disabilities from being discriminated against solely for the reason of his/her handicap.
In 1990, what is the piece of legislation that changed the term "handicapped" to "individuals with disabilities," while adding autism and TBI as disability categories, and adding the AT Act definition for assistive technology? The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Pub. L. No. 101-476 (1990)
In 1972, Mills v. the Board of Education of Washington D.C. ruled that 12,000-18,000 children with disabilities were entitled to - but did not receive - this. In addition to this, name one other thing under this ruling that is required by law. FAPE - Free and Appropriate Public Education. Other answers include either 1) due process and 2) child find efforts.
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