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Funding for Disabilities Adaptive Mobility Equipment for Young Children

March 17, 2011 by Elena Noble, MPT

Assistive Technology Funding Sources: A Helping Hand

Acquiring funding for assistive technology and equipment necessary to the future of a child with disabilities can be a complicated and discouraging process. Reimbursement is stubborn and slow. The steps toward requisition funding-for-disabilities-papersare faceted and often obscure. But with an informed and knowledgeable approach some of these obstacles can be overcome. For this reason, Gerald Goebels, MSPT, CSCS put together a guide, “Funding Adaptive Mobility Equipment for Young Children with Disabilities,” where he takes the time to define terminology and spell out assistive technology funding sources. This, along with tips for equipment justification and what to do in the event a claim is denied, will provide a foundation for AT funding seekers of all experiences. It’s an excellent paper, and I think you’ll find it helpful.

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Your Therapy Source | October 13, 2011
Thank you for letting us know that this page was moved. There is so much great information about getting funding for adaptive equipment especially for new parents and therapists. Thanks!