Disability Services
Assistive Technology Programs
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Assistive technology is equipment or devices you can use to help you with daily activities, such as eating, bathing, and cooking. It also includes communication aids for hearing, speaking, and more. State assistive technology programs generally provide things like loans, demonstrations, and exchanges of assistive technology devices.

State assistive technology programs can help you by providing you with access to information, referral services, educational programs, and publications in accessible formats on various topics, such as disability rights, laws/policies, and funding opportunities for assistive technology.


How do I apply?

For information about how to take part, visit your local office.

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