AccessPoint Solutions, Inc. Assistive Technology Resources Solutions to Meet Your Needs  
Questions to ask when selecting Assistive Technology (AT):

What do you want to do?

What are your abilities?

Can those abilities be magnified using Assistive Technology?

If there is a person assisting you in selecting Assistive Technology, is that person listening to your input?

Is the evaluation of your ability to use a type of technology based on what the evaluator has available or on all possible solutions?

Are you given a range of options to solve a problem?

Are you in control of the selection of the assistive device?

Other Resources

Closing the Gap - Computer Technology in Special Education and Rehabilitation

ABLEDATA - The premier Internet site on assistive technology and rehabilitation products with a searchable database of over 25,000 products for persons with disabilities

RESNA - RESNA is an interdisciplinary association of people with a common interest in technology and disability

Alliance for Technology Access - The mission of the Alliance for Technology Access is to connect children and adults with disabilities to technology tools

Trace Center - Trace is a non-profit research center that focuses on making computer, telecommunications and information technologies more accessible to everyone

Toy Adaptation - Instructions on how to adapt toys for children with disabilities by adding an adaptive switch

RJ Cooper - Software and hardware products for persons with special needs

The Adaptive Technology Resource Centre  - advances information technology that is accessible to all; through research, development, eucation, proactive design consultation and direct service. - University of Toronto - CA

Recreation Resources - Modified outdoor sporting resources

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