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Statewide assistive technology policy. Wallace, J. (1993)

RESNA News, 5(1), p. 1.

Special topic report: Funding assistive technology.
Wallace, J. and Neal, S. (1993). Richmond, VA: Virginia Assistive Technology System.

Assistive technology: A resource for school, work, and community.
(1995). Flippo, K., Inge, K., and Barcus, M. (Ed.), Baltimore, MD: Brookes Publishing Company.

Loan financing for assistive technology: Strategies for development, current programs, and recommendations for the future.
(1996). Wallace, J. and Knorr, K. (1996). Journal of Technology and Disability, 5, 3+4, 255-266.

Disabled and non-disabled: Allied together to change the system.
(1997). Wallace, J. and Gilson, B. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 9, 72-80.

Overcoming obstacles to community reentry for persons with spinal cord injury: Assistive technology, ADA and self-advocacy.
(1997). Turner, E., Wehman, P., Wallace, J., Webster, M., O'Bryan, J., O'Mara, S., Parent, W. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 9, 171-186. Spinal cord injury and assistive technology. (1997). Wallace, J. In:

The Customer is Always Right,
Virginia Commonwealth University, Rehabilitation Research and Training Center. Richmond, Virginia.

Financing assistive technology: A handbook for rehabilitation professionals,
2nd edition. (1998). Dew, D., Koehler, F., and Wallace, J. The George Washington University Regional Rehabilitation Continuing Education Program. Washington, D.C.

Assistive technology loan financing: A funding alternative of increasing importance.
(1998). Wallace, J. The Assistive Technology Funding and Systems Change Project, Tech Express, Special Edition, August, 1998.

A resource guide to assistive technology funding.
(1998). Wallace, J. Virginia Assistive Technology System. Fourth edition.

Assistive technology in the student's Individualized Education Program: A handbook for parents and school personnel.
(1999). Wallace, J. Richmond: Virginia: Virginia Assistive Technology System.

Public and private partnerships: The future for assistive technology. (2000). Sauer, M., Wallace, J., Knorr, K., Yoder, D., Moulton, G., Trachtman, L., and Jones, M. Journal of Technology and Disability, (in press).

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