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Vendor Benders: Ethical Assistive Technology Service Delivery

Assistive technology providers and the solutions or strategies they recommend often must straddle the lines ethically. Concepts such as vendor neutrality and putting the consumer first are important to ensure high quality, consumer-driven solutions and services. This session will cover the Best Practices for AT assessments and vendors developed in Wisconsin. This working model can guide service delivery for assistive technology. The CRC Code of Ethics will be applied to service delivery and ethical decision making through the use of case studies. The application of an ethical lens to the work we do in assistive technology can yield successful outcomes for the individuals that we serve.

Key Learning Outcomes

1. Participants will be able to list three ethical best practices for assistive technology assessments.
2. Participants will be able to list three ethical best practices for assistive technology for vendors and trainers.
3. Participants will apply AT service provision criteria and how they are covered by the CRC Code of Ethics

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