Information, research, and data about Assistive Technology - devices and services that assist people with disabilities with daily living tasks, communication, education, work, and recreation. What is Assistive Technology?
Assistive or Adaptive Technology (AT) commonly refers to products, devices or equipment, whether acquired commercially, modified or customized, that are used to maintain, increase or improve the functional capacities of individuals with disabilities.
Information resource concerning a writing and speech generating device.
An organization dedicated to expanding the accessibility of tools, resources and technology to enhance the quality of life of people with disabilities.
Association of manufacturers and vendors selling technology-based assistive devices for people with disabilities, or providing services associated with or required by people with disabilities.
Publishes the newsletters Augmentative Communication News (ACN) and Alternatively Speaking (AS), which provide information on hot topics in the field, discussion of vital issues for AAC stakeholders, and news from the AAC community.
Offers free news, articles, product reviews and vendor information about assistive technology devices.
Research project at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill to investigate means of creating and distributing maps that are accessible to the visually impaired.
Provides impartial information and ideas on the use of assistive technology to assist people with disabilities.
Opportunities for individuals with disabilities through the development of and innovative uses of technology.
Conference proceedings online
Non-profit society that promotes informed choice and empowerment of persons living with disabilities.
Helps parents learn more about assistive technology and how it can help their children. Includes tips for getting started, ideas about where to look for money, and suggestions for what to do when applying for funding.
Offers funding information, assistance, training, newsletters, and demonstration center.
Promotes the appropriate use of technology for students with disabilities in school programs.
RESNA is an interdisciplinary association of people with a common interest in technology and disability.
Advances methods, technologies and products, through collaboration with all stakeholders to improve assistive technology devices and services.
WATA provides information, referrals, consultation, and training.
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