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Disability and rehabilitation

Año 2002. Número 24 (1-3)

The change in emphasis from people to person: introduction to the special issue on Assistive Technology pp 1-4
Marcia J. Scherer

The shaping of individual meanings assigned to assistive technology: a review of personal factors pp 5-20
T. Louise-Bender Pape; J. Kim; B. Weiner

Reliability, validity, and applicability of the Quebec User Evaluation of Satisfaction with assistive Technology (QUEST 2.0) for adults with multiple sclerosis pp 21-30
L. Demers; M. Monette; Y. Lapierre; D. L. Arnold; C. Wolfson

Development of a scale to measure the psychosocial impact of assistive devices: lessons learned and the road ahead pp 31-37
H. Day; J. Jutai; K. A. Campbell

Development and consumer validation of the Functional Evaluation in a Wheelchair (FEW) instrumentb pp 38-46
T. Mills; M. B. Holm; E. Trefler; M. Schmeler; S. Fitzgerald; M. Boninger
The development of an instrument to match individuals with disabilities and service animals pp 47-58
S. A. Zapf; R. B. Rough

Evaluating home environments of persons with dementia: interrater reliability and validity of the Home Environmental Assessment Protocol (HEAP) pp 59-71
L. N. Gitlin; S. Schinfeld; L. Winter; M. Corcoran; A. A. Boyce; W. Hauck

An Italian research project to study the play of children with motor disabilities: the first year of activity pp 72-79
Serenella Besio
Adoption of Assistive Technology for computer access among college students with disabilities pp 80-92
Glenn Goodman; Drew Tiene; Pamela Luft

The impact of assistive technology and environmental interventions on function and living situation status with people who are ageing with developmental disabilities pp 93-105
Joy Hammel; Jin-Shei Lai; Tamar Heller

Factors influencing the decision to abandon manual wheelchairs for three individuals with a spinal cord injury pp 106-114
Alison Kittel; Allie Di Marco; Hugh Stewart

Toward a comprehensive evaluation of the impact of electronic aids to daily living: evaluation of consumer satisfaction pp 115-125
M. Shone Stickel; S. Ryan; P. J. Rigby; J. W. Jutai

Determining the content for an interactive training programme and interpretive guidelines for the Assistive Technology Device Predisposition Assessment pp 126-130
Marcia J. Scherer; Laura A. Cushman

Development and evaluation of the Families, Cultures and Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) multimedia program pp 131-143
Alan Vanbiervliet; Howard P. Parette

Assistive Technology education: an online model for rehabilitation professionals pp 144-151
Caren L. Sax

Being informed, demanding and responsible consumers of assistive technology: an educational issue pp 152-159
Renzo Andrich; Serenella Besio

Delivering an AT service: a client-focused, social and participatory service delivery model in assistive technology in Ireland pp 160-170
Gerald Craddock; Lisa McCormack

Eulogy: Wilhelm M. Zinn, M.D.
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