Information, research, and data about Assistive Technology - devices and services that assist people with disabilities with daily living tasks, communication, education, work, and recreation. What is Assistive Technology?

Assistive or Adaptive Technology (AT) commonly refers to products, devices or equipment, whether acquired commercially, modified or customized, that are used to maintain, increase or improve the functional capacities of individuals with disabilities.

Information, research, and data about Assistive Technology - devices and services that assist people with disabilities with daily living tasks, communication, education, work, and recreation.

Sites on how computers can help people with disabilities and sites on assisting people with disabilities to use computers.
This category is for informational sites offering links to other Assistive Technology web sites, e.g. directories, databases, listings, specialized search engines.
Assistive Technology services for people with disabilities or their caregivers to help them select, acquire, or use adaptive devices. Services include functional evaluations, training on or demonstration of devices, and purchasing or leasing devices.
This category is intended for non-commercial sites offering assistive technology services for people with disabilities or their caregivers to help them select, acquire, or use adaptive devices.

Assistive Technology support groups, newsgroups, online communities, clubs, message boards, discussion forums, vendor or manufacturer mailing lists or user groups.
Assistive Technology support groups, newsgroups, online communities, clubs, message boards, discussion forums, vendor or manufacturer mailing lists or user groups.

Assistive Technology training courses, workshops and other educational opportunities for people with disabilities, physical/occupational therapists, special educators and healthcare professionals.
Assistive Technology training courses, workshops and other educational opportunities for people with disabilities, physical/occupational therapists, special educators and healthcare professionals.