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The use of mobile technologies to assist with life skills/independence of students with moderate/severe intellectual disability and/or autism spectrum disorders: considerations for the future of school psychology.

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Authors
Kevin Michael Ayres, Linda C. Mechling, Frank J. Sansosti
Title
The use of mobile technologies to assist with life skills/independence of students with moderate/severe intellectual disability and/or autism spectrum disorders: considerations for the future of school psychology.
Journal
Psychology in the Schools
Year
2013
Volume
50
Issue
3
Page(s)
pp. 259-271.
Abstract Link
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Publication Format
Journal Article
Efficacy Study/Review
Yes
Scientific Validity
Selective/Systematic Review, Peer-Reviewed
Keywords
Assistive and Adaptive Technology, Autism, Computer Application, Daily Living / Functional Skills, Independence, Intelligence / Intellectual Ability, Intervention, iPad, iPhone, iPod, Mobile / Portable Device

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