Sometimes concerns about accessibility cause families and therapists not to pursue use of electronic devices. A child’s deficits in motor, cognitive, visual, and/or hearing skills are seen as a barrier preventing use of an electronic device. Although limitations in multiple areas make accessing a device more challenging, there are multiple means of access that should be evaluated and trialed before determining that an electronic device is not a good option for your child. Continue reading
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