Assistive technology (AT) is defined as any item, piece of equipment, or product system, whether acquired commercially, modified, or customized, that is used to increase, maintain, or improve functional capabilities of individuals with disabilities. (Assistive Technology Act of 1998).
Maine CITE Program is Maine Department of Education’s statewide organization designed to help make assistive and universally designed technology more available to Maine children and adults who need them.
The Technical Exploration Center (TEC) is an assistive technology program that lends equipment, and provides evaluations, resource materials, technical assistance and AT related training.
ALLTech’s mission is to identify and provide technology solutions to the educational, daily living, communication, and workplace challenges experienced by people of all ages and abilities. ALLTech™ promotes the use of technology that enables individuals to lead full and independent lives.
A comprehensive database of assistive technology ideas from the National AgrAbility Project website. The Toolbox: Assistive Technology Database is a resource that contains assistive technology solutions for farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural workers with disabilities.
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Image Description: Maine Cite: Enriching lives through assistive and universally designed technology
Image Description: ALLTech™: Where Technology is about People
Image Description: The Toolbox: Assistive Technology Database
Image Description: assistivech.net: National Public Website on Assistive Technology
Image Description: CATEA: Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access