The Assistive Technology (AT) Lab promotes accessibility and inclusion in our community and around the region by collaborating with people with disabilities, their families, professionals, students, businesses, government, and the public. We want more people to see, access, and feel comfortable with AT. Visit us in Community Vision’s universally-designed building and find out more!
Discover possibilities for an engaged, whole life:
Seating & Mobility
Learning & Vocation
What is Assistive Technology?
AT is any tool or strategy that helps people with disabilities participate in life.
Examples include pencil grips, iPads, dictation & read-aloud software, adaptive keyboards, Augmentative & Alternative Communication (AAC), and powered wheelchairs.