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Dreamms for Kids

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Material Type: Reference Material
Date Added to MERLOT: August 27, 2000
Date Modified in MERLOT: January 18, 2001
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Author: Janet Hosmer Send email to Janet Hosmer 
Dreamms for Kids, Inc.
Submitter : Tamarah Ashton


Developmental Research for the Effective Advancement of Memory and Motor Skills (DREAMMS for Kids, Inc.) is a non-profit parent and professional agency that focuses on Assistive Technology related research and development. DREAMMS is committed to increasing the use of computers and assistive technologies for students with... More

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Primary Audience: College General Ed
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Language: English
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Avatar for Tamarah Ashton
13 years ago

Tamarah Ashton (Faculty)

I have used this site when teaching a course on Assistive Technology to special
education credential candidates. Students have found that it contains several
helpful links for additional information. The section I have found most useful
is the one labeled "Funding Information." There are a number of good
articles included here which explain the historical context of Assistive
Technology. These include "The ADA and Assistive Technology," "Special Education
and Assistive Technology," "Assistive Technology and the IEP," and "Independent
Education Evaluations and AT."

Technical Remarks:

This site has not been updated since April, 1999. Also, it does not include the
latest legislative updates related to Assistive Technology from IDEA '97.

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