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ATECH is a hub of knowledge and expertise for staff training in the use and application of technology to reduce barriers and increase the independence of individuals with intellectual and developmental, physical, and cognitive disabilities. Paid and FREE webinars resources, AT assessments and other trainings. Smart-home expertise.
Membership organization with a variety of resources including a lending library, AT training including webinars and blogs. Some services, such as webinars, require paid membership.
WisTech provides information on selecting, funding, installing, and using assistive technology.
Virtual town Halls every Monday @ 12PM (EST) during the school-year for a free- flowing discussion exploring effective implementation of AT. They are always welcoming new people who want to learn and contribute to a discussion on everything AT.
FREE listserv that allows you to ask questions about assistive technology to a huge worldwide audience. Sign up for QIAT here.
Tremendous range of resources for assistive technology, including searchable database. Many FREE downloadable tools, along with PAID publications. Modest, one-time membership fee makes available all resources for free.
The INDATA Project is one of 56 similar, federally-funded projects designed to increase access and awareness of assistive technology.