Assistive Technology and Autism Apps

All Tech
All Tech provides in-person or virtual consultations, assessment, training, and technical assistance to identify and provide technology solutions to educational, daily living, communication, and workplace challenges experienced by people of all ages and abilities. All Tech supports assistive technology, augmentative/alternative communication, universal design, accessible instructional materials and computer accessibility.
Phone: 207.321.6080 (Portland), 207.947.9180 (Bangor); Email:

Autism Apps from iTunes:
This free app provides a comprehensive list of apps used with and by people diagnosed with autism and other special needs. Apps are categorized for easy searching and include links to information and pricing. Reviews by parents, specialists, and users are available. This app is compatible with iPads, iPhones and iPod Touch.

Maine CITE:
Maine CITE is a Maine Department of Education program designed to help make assistive technology and universally designed technology more available to Maine children, adults and seniors. Maine CITE provides information and support for technology used in employment, education, community living and information technology.
Phone: 207.621.3195; Email:

Mainely Access:
Mainely Access is a private company staffed by rehab professionals to provide adaptive technology services in Maine. Its primary focus is persons of all ages with visual impairments, but also offers training for speech recognition packages and those using alternatives to the standard computer keyboards and mouse.
Phone: 207.650.8151 or 207.650.8343

University of Maine Farmington Assistive Technology Collection:
The University of Maine Farmington Assistive Technology Collection provides introduction to assistive technology, instruction in and/or evaluation of equipment, and general information about assistive technology. Many items can be borrowed for home, school or therapeutic use. Located in UMF’s Kalikow Curriculum Materials Center of UMF, this resource is free to individuals with disabilities and their families.
Phone: 207.778.7895; Email: