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Technology Intervention for Very Young Children with Disabilities

Infants and Young Children Volume 1, Number 4,


This article focuses on technology applications that can be used by very young children with disabilities. Described are tools for learning, recreation, and living; skills necessary for technology use; methods of integrating toys and switches into the curriculum; technology for augmentative communication; and adapting microcomputers for use by young children. (JDD)


Behrmann, M.M. (1989). Technology Intervention for Very Young Children with Disabilities. Infants and Young Children, 1(4), 66-77. Retrieved August 21, 2019 from .

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