Policy and Practice Brief: Funding of Assistive Technology to Make Work a Reality
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Sheldon, Jr., James R.; Ronald , Ronald M.
This brief provides a definition of assistive technology and a discussion of funding sources for assistive technology including: public schools; state vocational rehabilitation agencies; Medicaid; Medicare; and, SSA’s Plan for Achieving Self Support. Eligibility is reviewed for each along with other protections and rights.
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