Assistive Technology Demonstration Center
is to increase access for people with and without disabilities to technology that provides them more control over their immediate environments and enhanced ability to function independently as much as possible.br>
What does this program offer?
Promotes technology access for individuals with and without disabilities through demonstrations of a variety of technology devices, equipment, and software, and by promoting awareness through outreach and presentations within the community.
Have you ever asked yourself or someone these questions?
- How can I learn whats available to help my child?
- Where can I get help for my child or elderly parents?
- Is there anything out there to help my employee to keep their job?
- I have a disablility, but I don't know whats available for me?
- I don't have a disability, but I am having problems with seeing, hearing, typing, etc, is there anything out there that can help me?
- there are many other reasons for needing help, what is yours?
There are many things that can help people with or without disabilities to accomplish daily tasks or goals whether at home, school, work, or socializing. Call to discuss your situation and learn whats available to help those in need to help themselves and to become productive or independent as much as possible.
I can come out to businesses, schools, churches, almost anywhere to do outreach in doing demonstrations and\or presentations, to include here at the center if that would be more convenient.
Parents and professionals who work with children, youth or adults with disabilities. People who are developing Disabilities and need help to keep their jobs. The elderly so they can live a better and more independent and a quality of life with minimal dependence.
For more information contact Fred Gromand at 544-8484 or at Email: firstname.lastname@example.org>
Assistive Technology (AT)br>
is any item, piece of equipment, or product system, whether acquired commercially off the shelf, modified, or customized, that is used to increase, maintain, or improve the functional capabilities of individuals with disabilities.
Simply stated, Assistive Technology is tools and resources used by individuals with disabilities to help improve their quality of life and increase their independence.br>
Who can benefit from the knowledge of Assistive Technology (AT)?
- Special Ed
- Regular Ed
- Business Professionals
- Therapists (SP, PT, and OT)
- Speech Language Pathologists
- Physical Therapists
- Occupational Therapists
- Persons with Disabilities
- Persons without Disabilities
- and many more
Which Technology is faster? Texting or Morse Code? Click on the image below to find out!