Assistive Technology

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Assistive Technology

An assistive technology device is any device or service that enhances an individual's functional abilities.

Types of assistive technology devices range from eyeglasses and hearing aids to voice recognition systems.

We work with several funding and service delivery programs, including Medicaid, Medicare, special education, independent living programs, and vocational rehabilitation to provide assistive technologies.

We also work cooperatively with Assistive Technology Partners.

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Advocating for a Student Nurse

We were contacted by a woman who was deaf and had a dream of becoming a nurse.

Linda enrolled in college and after just one semester of classes, she...

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