Essential elements for assessment of persons with severe neurological impairments for computer access utilizing assistive technology devices: a Delphi study.
- Published Article
Disability and rehabilitation. Assistive technology
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 2006
There are inherent obstacles to prescribing the proper AT device to assist disabled persons with computer access due to the complexity of his/her condition, and the multitude of technological devices available to aid persons in accomplishing diverse tasks. This study reveals the intricacy of the assessment process, especially in persons with severe disabilities associated with neurological conditions. An assessment instrument should be broad ranging, integrating both intrinsic and extrinsic factors, considering the multidimensional nature of AT prescription for computer access.
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