Layton, N, Wilson, E, Colgan, S, Moodie, M and Carter, R 2011, Assistive technology costs and outcomes, Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, vol. 58, no. s1, pp. 18-18, doi: 10.1111/j.1440-1630.2011.00937.x.
Assistive technologies (AT or aids and equipment) are a key intervention used by occupational therapists and others to minimise the impact of disability or the effects of ageing upon life participation. Our capacity to provide optimal AT is however subject to pragmatic factors such as the availability of public funding and the complexities of government policy and service provision. The Equipping Inclusion Studies conducted in Victoria between 2008 and 2010 were designed to encompass both health sector and individual perspectives on the effectiveness of AT as it is currently delivered, compared with optimal delivery.
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