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    In the article, Assistive Technology: Impact On Education, Employment, and Independence of Individuals with Physical Disabilities, Stumbo and Hedrick (2009) note that although significant gains have been made over the last 20 years related to AT, more strides can be made in understanding how beneficial AT can be for those with disabilities.

    Discuss your perspective on why these challenges remain. Why isn't AT better incorporated into all learning and workplace settings?

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    Blaming educators and employers would be an easy perspective to take in order to answer this question but I don't think they are always deserve the blame. Individuals with disabilities in schools or the workplace do not always welcome assistive technology. I worked with a man ...

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    This posting helps with assistive technology and impact on education. The author discusses perspectives on why challenges remain and why assistive technology isn't better incorporated into all learning and workplace settings.