Assistive Technology Resources on the World Wide Web

The DPI does not necessarily endorse the information found on the websites listed on this page

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Family Center on Technology and Disability is a resource designed to support organizations and programs that work with families of children and youth with disabilities. They offer a range of information and services on the subject of assistive technologies.
Website: http://www.fctd.info/

AT4ALL is a resource to help you can find equipment for loan, for sale, or for giveaway. You can also find equipment from local lending programs to try out before you buy.
Website: https://www.at4all.com/

California AT Network
Website: http://www.atnet.org/
Assistive Technology in Education Resources
These resources were compiled by the iTech Center at PHP in Santa Clara.
Website: http://www.atnet.org/training/self-paced/AT-in-Education/html/index.htm

Disability Resources, Inc. is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization established to promote and improve awareness, availability and accessibility of information regarding AT. They disseminate information about books, pamphlets, magazines, newsletters, videos, databases, government agencies, nonprofit organizations, telephone hotlines and on-line services that provide free, inexpensive or hard-to-find information to help people with disabilities live independently.
Website: http://www.disabilityresources.org/index.html

Assistive Technology Training Online Project (ATTO) provides information on AT applications that help students with disabilities learn in elementary classrooms.
Website: http://atto.buffalo.edu/

Linda Burkhart Simplified Technology provides selected links to assistive technology and augmentative communication resources for children with disabilities Website: http://www.lburkhart.com/links.htm
Linda Burkhart's site includes such homemade modification as a "mouse house" to convert your mouse for single switch access.
Website: http://www.lburkhart.com/

Alliance for Technology Access is a national network of community-based resource centers, product developers, vendors, service providers, and individuals. They provide information and support services to children and adults with disabilities, and work to increase their use of technology.
Website: http://www.ataccess.org/

Center for Applied Special Technology is a non-profit organization whose mission is to expand opportunities for people with disabilities through innovative multimedia computer technology. We pursue this mission through research, product development, and direct services.
Website: http://www.cast.org/

Families and Advocates Partnership for Education is a communication exchange and resources to promote implementation of the IDEA amendments of 2004.
Website: http://www.fape.org/

Family Guide to Assistive Technology, ed. Katharin Kelker PLUK (Parents, Let's Unite for Kids), the AT center in Montana, has published their entire book on accessing Assistive Technology.
Website: http://www.pluk.org/AT1.html