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A Review of Service Delivery Models in Assistive Technology.
Assistive technology (AT) enabled students with disabilities bypass their physical or psychological disabilities to participate in their learning activities. Assistive technology included both AT devices and related services. In order to enhance the effectiveness of AT services, several service delivery models had been developed to guide health and educational professions to implement their practices. The purpose of this paper was to describe and compare 6 AT service delivery models, which were (1) Matching Person and Technology (MPT) Model; (2) Student, Environment, Task, and Tool (SETT) Frame; (3) Human Activity Assistive Technology (HAAT) Model; (4) Education Tech Points; (5) Human Function Model; and (6) International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health Model.
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