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|Type of Individual or Entity||Participants||%|
|Individuals with Disabilities||15,924||16.13%|
|Family Members, Guardians and Authorized Representatives||8,341||8.45%|
|Representatives of Education||25,489||25.82%|
|Representatives of Employment||6,141||6.22%|
|Rep Health, allied health, and rehabilitation||16,516||16.73%|
|Representatives of Community Living||9,757||9.88%|
|Representatives of Technology||3,883||3.93%|
|Unable to Categorize||12,685||12.85%|
|Primary Topic of Training||Participants||%|
|1. AT Products/Services:
Training focused on AT: such as instruction to increase skills and competency in using AT, and integrating AT into different settings.
|2. AT Funding/Policy/Practice:
Training focused on funding sources and related laws, policies, and procedures required to implement and deliver access to AT devices/services and related.
|3. Combination of any/all of the above -- AT Products/Services and/or AT Funding/Policy/Practice||23,192||23.49%|
|4. Information Technology/Telecommunication Access:
Training focused on accessible information technology and telecommunications including web access, software accessibility, procurement of accessible IT and telecommunications, etc.
Training focused on education transition (school to work or post-secondary education and Part C to Part B), community transition (institution to community living) and other transitions.
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