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Assistive Technology

  • Abilities Expoo: Events for people with disabilities.
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  • Alliance for Technology Access
    A network of community-based resource centers, developers and vendors dedicated to providing information and support services to children and adults with disabilities and increasing their use of standard, assistive and information technologies.
  • AT Network
    Dedicated to expanding the accessibility of tools, resources and technology that will help increase independence, improve personal productivity and enhance the quality of life for all Californians.
  • AT Network Guide to Easier Living with Technology
    A guide to using assistive technology in day to day life for greater independence, this online guide from the AT Network features lots of great examples!
  • AT Kratter and Company
    Technology for people with visual and reading disabilities.
  • AbleNet
    Practical products and creative solutions for teaching children with disabilities.
  • Attainment Family
    Products for families supporting children and adults with special needs.
  • Axistive.com
    Assistive technology news portal.
  • Family Center on Technology and Disability
    Offers a range of information and services on the subject of assistive technology.
  • If I Need Help
    QR codes and profiles for loved ones who may wander; when lost or needing help, their code can be scanned or manually entered on the website to access contact information. 
  • K5 Stars
    An online learning center that helps every child become a star learner.
  • Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic
    Materials  for all people who cannot effectively read standard print because of a visual, perceptual or other physical disability.
  • Teaching Learners with Special Needs
    Resources and ideas for teachers of learners with severe, profund, intensive, significant, complex, or multiple special needs. 

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