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Assistive Technology Services conduct demonstrations and assessments in order to determine how technology can best be used to empower an individual with a disability. These evaluations include technology appropriate for people with physical disabilities, learning disabilities, deaf and hard of hearing, low vision, blindness and reading disabilities, as well as communication disabilities. Types of technology include:

  • Computer access solutions
  • Keyboard adaptations
  • Alternate keyboards
  • Alternate mice
  • Software
  • Augmentative and alternative communication systems
  • Environmental controls 
  • Adapted listening devices
  • Alert systems
  • Aids for Daily Living (ADL)
  • Adapted toys



Realizing the key to successful integration ofAssistive Technology Employee leading a training of UTC students technology is training, AT Services provides individual training and workshops to consumers, professionals and caregivers. Areas covered include:

  • Basic computer training with special programs
  • Augmentative/alternative communication systems
  • Computer adaptations with alternate keyboards, switches, and not takers
  • Training on special software, including Classroom Suite, JAWS, Kurzweil, Text Help, Read & Write Gold, Zoomtext, and talking typing programs

People attending Services training

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