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Funding Assistive Technology for Persons with Disabilities

the Availability of Assistive Technology Through Medicaid, Public School Special Education Programs, and State Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies

By James R. Sheldon Jr. & Ronald M. Hager

Persons who are poor and disabled are among the most needy clients. Assistive technology can help them reach high levels of independence and may help them obtain employment and escape poverty. This article discusses three primary funding sources for assistive technology.

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