Regulates the Laws 10,, of November 8, , which gives priority of care to people who specifies, and 10,, of December 19, , which sets out general standards and basic criteria for the promotion of accessibility of persons with disabilities or with reduced mobility, and gives other arrangements. I-the design approval of architectural and urban nature, of communication and information, of collective transport, as well as the execution of any kind of works, when they have public or collective targeting;. III-the approval of financing projects with the use of public resources, among them the projects of architectural and urbanistic nature, the torches to communication and information and those concerning collective transport, by means of any instrument, such as convenium, arrangement, adjustment, contract or similar; and. IV-the granting of Union endorses in obtaining international loans and financing by public or private. I-person carrier of disability, in addition to those provided for in Law No.
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Assistive Technology AT is a new term in Brazil, defined in by the Technical Assistance Committee TAC as products, equipment, devices, resources, methodologies, strategies, practices and services that aim to promote the functioning of people with disabilities or reduced mobility. Many professionals who act with VI visually impaired students seem not to have enough information about AT and, hence, do not use it appropriately. The goal of this research was to investigate possible social representations of Assistive Technology produced by Elementary School teachers who work in regular schools and have visually impaired students in their groups.
To collect the data, official documents related to AT were examined and semi-structured interviews were conducted with seven teachers, and their content was analyzed as proposed by Lawrence Bardin We found some evidence of AT social representations, since eventhough they did not know the expression AT, the teachers associated resources, strategies and products used with VI students to AT.
Therefore, it is possible that this representation is still developing, as the teachers are still discussing, debating and exchanging information about AT. Decreto n. Acesso em: 12 out. Acesso em: 10 de abr. Lei no Acesso em: 10 maio Tecnologia Assistiva. Open Journal Systems. Journal Help. User Username Password Remember me. Notifications View Subscribe. Font Size. Abstract Assistive Technology AT is a new term in Brazil, defined in by the Technical Assistance Committee TAC as products, equipment, devices, resources, methodologies, strategies, practices and services that aim to promote the functioning of people with disabilities or reduced mobility.
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