Title: Consumer‐Directed goal planning in the delivery of assistive technology services for people who are ageing with intellectual disabilities.
Authors: Mirza, M., & Hammel, J.
Summary: This study found that a consumer-directed program focusing on assistive technology and environmental interventions as compared to standard assistive technology services can improve self-reported perceptions of performance and satisfaction in people who are aging with intellectual disabilities. Read More.
Key Words: assistive technology, environmental interventions, aging, intellectual disabilities
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