Elaine Trefler, Jeryl Nickey, Douglas A. Hobson; Technology in the Education of Multiply-Handicapped Children. Am J Occup Ther 1983;37(6):381–387. https://doi.org/10.5014/ajot.37.6.381
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The number of technical aids now available has allowed severely multiply-handicapped children to better participate in their education. Project TEACH (Technical-Educational Aids for Children with Handicaps), a 3-year early childhood demonstration project of the Federal Office of Education, provided ten children with seating systems, mobility aids, feeding devices, and augmentative communication aids. The children’s performance of academic, motor, daily living, and communication skills as they relate to their educational program is reported as well as the model used to deliver technical services in an educational environment.
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