Re-conceptualizing disability and assistive technology: Australian consumers driving policy change
Author: Layton, Natasha.  v. 21  no. 4, pp. 135- 141  Date: 2010
ISSN:  10554181,  EISSN:  1878643X  DOI:  10.3233/TAD-2009-0289 
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