Promoting Young Children’s Participation in Activities and Routines through Adaptation and Assistive Technology Interventions

Recent data suggest that adaptations and Assistive Technology (AT) can be used to promote infants' and preschoolers' participation in child care, home, and community settings. The following presentation provides case studies to teaching staff and parents that illustrate the use of these interventions.

Assistive Technology is one way of adapting in order to promote children’s participation and learning. The information provided during this presentation at the 2008 NECTAC conference will provide valuable information on the major components and uses of AT resources. See Promoting Young Children’s Participation in Activities and Routines through Adaptation and Assistive Technology Interventions [PDF, 1.48MB]for the complete resource.

Promoting Young Children’s Participation in Activities and Routines through Adaptation and Assistive Technology Interventions. Campbell, Phillippa. NECTAC. 2008. English. [PDF, 1.48MB].

Last Reviewed: December 2009

Last Updated: November 13, 2014