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Accessing Mobility and Integrating TEChnologies (AMITEC)

Direct access mode systems may be installed when children need to control one or more assistive aids, or when their disability requires such systems for using their assistive aid, accessory or component (ex: access by vision, voice, breath, movement, pressure, touch, etc.). Complex access mode systems are dealt with when functions need to be integrated in a single device so that several assistive aids and their components may be accessed and used (ex: computer, telephone, wheelchair, environmental controls and so on).

Assistive Aids User Guidelines (Word Document)

This area of service is part of the Augmentative and Alternative communication Program (AAC).

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Updated on 3/23/2015
Created on 1/15/2015
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