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Presented byAura M. Hirschman, MS, CRCMelissa Lemke, MSRoger O. Smith, OT, Ph.D., FAOTA, Fellow RESNAand theACCESS-ed Project and UDITEACH Project Teams
The ACCESS-ed Project was and now the UD ITEACH Project is supported in part by the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Post-secondary Education, PR/Awards #P333A050090 and # P333A080071, respectively. The opinions contained in this publication are those of the grantees and do not necessarily reflect those of the U.S. Department of Education.
(Smith, Edyburn and Schwanke)
Conceptual model for how organizations address the needs of people with disabilities
Drumroll when the bar moves to the right
DARCs – Bottom up and Top down approach
Tools and Resourceson the Web
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