This online catalog lists many products helpful to kids who have disabilities.
This website has information to promote the full participation of persons with disabilities in business and society through the use of electronic information technology.
This website describes the accessibility features of various cell phones and smartphones.
|Assistive Technology Timeline|
This website has information about the many assistive devices that people have used through time. It begins in 1000 B.C. and continues through today.
|Assistive Technology wiki|
This website has descriptions of many different types of Assistive Technology.
This website has information about thousand of assistive technology products that help people with all types of disabilities.
A website that provides information to users, purchasers, family members and professionals about assistive technology.
|Center for Assistive Technology Act Data Assistance (CATADA)|
An online resource that provides information and data about assistive technology (AT) programs in the United States.
|Cognitive Technology Literature Database|
This online database provides a complete listing of research done on how people with intellectual disabilities use assistive technology.
This film reframes views of disability using the stories of adults and children whose lives are being transformed by access to new technologies. It originally premiered as a PBS Fall Special on the award-winning POV series.
|Global Accessibility News|
This website has short news stories from all around the world. They are about how countries are making improvements to help people with disabilities.
These two videos introduce teenagers to people with disabilities. They highlight how much teens with and without disabilities have in common, and show how people with disabilities use assistive technology.
A product that allows every day products to be used to send key presses, mouse clicks and mouse movements to a computer.
|National Joint Committee on the Communication Needs of Persons with Severe Disabilities website|
This website provides many resources supporting communication services and supports for children and adults with severe disabilities.
|PACER Assistive Technology Videos|
These online videos explain how technology is helping people who have disabilities.
|PowerPoint presentations on assistive technology|
These are four PowerPoint presentations about assistive technology and how it helps people with disabilities.
|Switch Accessible Apps for iPad/iPhone|
A list of switch accessible apps for the iPad and/or iPhone. Switches are devices that allow an individual to make a selection in the app using gross motor movements.
This website provides a way to find, share, rate and review assistive technology devices for people with intellectual or developmental disabilities.
This device helps people access their smartphones or tablets by using a switch or the driving control of their wheelchairs.
|The Family Center on Technology and Disability (FCTD)|
This website offers information and services on the subject of assistive technologies.
This organization helps people who live in California to access assistive technology.
A program that shares information about all types of assistive technology. It has a website with information about many assistive technology devices.
This company helps people with cognitive disabilities find technology to make their lives easier. Their online catalog has many cool apps.
A company which makes communication products and other assistive technology devices for people with disabilities.
|Alabama Statewide Technology Access and Response Project (STAR) System for Alabamians with Disabilities|
This program helps Alabamians with disabilities gain access to assistive technology devices and services.
|Arizona Technology Access Program|
A program dedicated to improving access to technology for persons with all types of disabilities who live in Arizona.
|Arkansas Increasing Capabilities Access Network (ICAN)|
This agency works to build a bridge between people with disabilities who need assistive technology and those who provide it. It helps those who live in Arkansas.
|Assistive Technology in New Hampshire (ATinNH)|
An organization that provides information and training in the use of assistive technology.
|Center for Disability Information and Referral|
This Center is a primary source of quality information on disability for residents of Indiana.
|Coleman Institute National Conference on Cognitive Disability and Technology|
An annual conference held by the Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities. It brings together people involved with cognitive disability and technology.
A program in New England states for people to find, buy, sell or give away used assistive technology equipment.
|Infinitec Assistive Technology|
A program to promote inclusion through technology in the Greater Chicago area and throughout Illinois
|Partnership on Employment & Accessible Technology (PEAT)|
This program promotes the use of accessible technology in the employment of people with disabilities.
|Pass It On Center|
This Center works to assure assistive technology are reused when possible. This will help people with disabilities get them at affordable prices.
This organization seeks to maximize the health and well being of people with disabilities through assistive technology.
This company creates home monitoring technologies. They increase the independence, quality of life, and safety of people needing support at home.
|SimplyHome System Personal Response System|
This system alerts caregivers so they can respond if and when there is an emergency. The sensors pick up changes in many areas, such as motions, changes in room temperature, use of the stove/oven, or doors or windows being opened.
|The International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (ISAAC)|
This is an organization that works to improve the lives of people who use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). It works in countries all around the world.
|The Trace Research & Development Center|
This research center works to make everyday gadgets more accessible for everyone. A few examples are cell phones, computers, the Web, and ATMs.
|Tools for Life|
This program provides information and access to assistive technology for people living in the state of Georgia.