Tech Center

Welcome to The Arc of Massachusetts

Tech Center

Technology can be intimidating unless you first approach it from a solution viewpoint.
You’re not alone in your search for help and we hope to be a guide for you on this journey.

Let’s begin!

  • What are your individual strengths?  What things do you want to do? What things do you need help with?
  • Where do you need assistance? Home? Work? In the Community?
  • What obstacles do certain tasks present?

Personal technology, both high tech and low-tech might provide a solution.

Our Tech Center will supply you with discovery tools and resources that will help you find the right technology to make things easier for you and your family. The information we provide on tools and resources will grow over time and never be complete, as technology is always developing and improving.



Introduction to The Arc’s Tech Center

The Arc Prepping for Assistive Technology Evaluation

Tech for More Independence at Road to Responsibility Home

Basic Apps to Get You Through Your Day: What You Already Have on Your iPhone & iPad

Welcome to the Assistive Technology Lending Library at Northeast Arc

Tell us about yourself to help us find the best resources!

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Tech ACCESS of Rhode Island

The mission of TechACCESS is to promote and support the independence and achievement of people with disabilities using technology. Provides services in Massachusetts too.

ATECH Assistive Technology Training Center

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.  

Assistive Technology & Accessible Educational Materials Center

FREE trainings on various subjects including AT Basics, the AT Assessment Process, Apps, Software and Hardware and AT Implementation


BrainLine is a national service of WETA-TV, the flagship PBS station in Washington, D.C.Technology section of website provides abundant information on assistive technology that can be useful to people with traumatic brain injury, but many other types of disabilities.
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Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Department of Developmental Services provided seed funding for this project.


Please review The Arc of Massachusetts Terms of Service. 


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