Books and Media: Adaptive Technology
Assistive Technology in Special Education: Resources to Support Literacy, Communication, and Learning Differences"
by Joan Green (Author) 3rd Edition. This book contains a comprehensive listing of assistive technology tools and devices for special education. Includes reviews of the top assistive technology tools and guidance on how to implement them at home and at school.
Breaking through Using Educational Technology for Children with Special Needs
authored by Barbara Albers Hill. This is a complete guide to using electronic tablets to help children with ADHD, anxiety, Autism, Down Syndrome, low vision, phyiscal challenges, traumatic brain injury and more.
Computer Resources for People with Disabilities: A Guide to Assistive Technologies, Tools and Resources for People of All Ages
by Alliance for Technology Access and Stephen Hawking | Oct 14, 2004. A guide to maneuvering the growing world of computer technology to find what is right for you.
How to Build Special furniture and Equipment for Handicapped Children
by Ruth B. Hofmann. This book is older but may give the do-it-yourself person some ideas.
Kids on Wheels: A Young Persons Guide to Wheelchair Lifestyle
by Jean Dobbs. This is a two volume set for kids on the lifestyle of using a wheelchair. The second volume is for parents and professionals. This book is available through Amazon.com for $24.95.