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Additional Resources

  • AbleProject.org
    Non-profit organization providing a network to research, compare, locate and obtain mobility and assistive products.
  • Alliance for Technology Access (ATA)
    The Alliance for Technology Access is a national network of assistive technology centers, vendors, community-based organizations, and individuals committed to increasing the use of technology by people with disabilities and functional limitations.
  • assistivetech.net
    National website on assistive technology products and resources. Operated by CATEA at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
  • Assistive Technology Articles
    United Cerebral Palsy’s collection of articles related to AT.
  • Bookshare.org
    An accessible online library for people with print disabilities
  • Center on Technology and Disability
    Funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP), the center is designed to increase the capacity of families and providers to advocate for, aquire, and implement effective assistive and instructional technology practices, devices and services.
  • Connecticut Assistive Technology Guidelines
    The 2013 Connecticut Assistive Technology (AT) Guidelines provides both school districts and Birth to Three service providers guidance to ensure that all children identified for AT services have access to AT through a framework for making decisions about the AT needs of children and students with disabilities.
  • LearningAlly.org
    LearningAlly provides audio textbooks and delivers parent services, webinars and tools for managing learning differences.
  • National Center on Accessible Instructional Materials
    The National Center on Accessible Instructional Materials Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM) booklet provides information on how to determine whether a student needs AIM, the type of specialized format the student needs, how to access the materials for the student and what supports the student needs to use AIM.  The document is also available in Spanish.
  • The New England Assistive Technology Marketplace (NEAT)
    NEAT is about access to information, products, equipment, and to the manufacturers and vendors of equipment. NEAT was formed because limited access to equipment and devices that can minimize the effects of disabilities is, in itself, a disability.
  • Tip of the Month on AAC
    Each month, a new tip on accessing AAC is posted, with 4 years worth of archived tips.
  • Trace Research and Development Center
    Interdisciplinary research development and resource center on universal design, product accessibility, technology, and disability.
  • USA TechGuide
    A Web Guide to wheelchair and assistive technology choices, related information and articles, wheelchair views and reviews. Promoting user involvement in the selection of appropriate assistive technology.

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