Funded by Grant #08-201 of the Commonwealth Neurotrauma Initiative Trust Fund, administered by VA Department of Rehabilitative Services. The WWRC Smart Cottage. Environmental AT for People with Disabilities Tony Gentry, PhD OTR/L. Funded by Grant #08-201 of the
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Tony Gentry, PhD OTR/LAssistant ProfessorDept. of Occupational TherapyDirector, Assistive Technology for Cognition LaboratoryVirginia Commonwealth UniversityRichmond, VA firstname.lastname@example.org(804) 828-3397Paula Martin, OTWoodrow Wilson Rehabilitation CenterDepartment of Occupational TherapyPO Box 1500Fishersville, VA 22939Paula.Martin@wwrc.virginia.gov