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    After reviewing the AT solutions offered by the U.S. Department of Labor, can assistive technology be as simple as a tennis ball? Identify three cost-effective solutions that could be used to solve challenges faced by your special needs learner. Be specific as to the need or challenge and how your solution addresses this need.

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    Hi,
    Yes, assistive technology can be as simple as using a tennis ball. This is called "low-tech" assistive technology. I will attach a few helpful websites that have many low-tech ideas and how they will meet the needs and challenges of people with disabilities.

    Three ideas/examples that stand out to me as being creative, yet cost-effective are:
    1. Using an empty film canister ...

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    Various solutions pertaining to assistive technology are articulated.

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