The Alliance for Technology Access is a growing organization with new members joining regularly. If you are interested in starting an Alliance for Technology Access center in your community, please contact them for guidelines and application. In Massachusetts, you can contact mastacma@aol.com.

The Technology Related Assistance for Individuals with Disabilities Act provides funding to states to assist them in developing easily accesible systems of access to technology services and information. In Massachusetts, contact the Massachusetts Assistive Technology Partnership located at Children's Hospital, by contacting brewer_ju@a1.tch.harvard.edu.

This link connects you to software, systems, and support for the latest technology.

This is a comprehensive listing of resources on the Internet for persons with disabilities.

Many organizations exist to help people with disabilities. The following organizations have an interest in technology and can provide technology-related services, information, or referrals. Here are some links:

ABLEDATAPuts assistive technology and disability related resources at your fingertips.

Alliance for Public TechnologyThe Alliance for Public Technology (APT) is a Washington, DC based coalition of public interest groups and individuals whose goal is to foster broad access to affordable, usable information and communication services and technology.

The Arc (formerly the Association for Retarded Citizens)is a national organization on mental retardation.

The Independent Living Research Utilization program is a national center for information, training, research, and technical assistance in independent living.

International Braille and Technology Center for the Blind-website of the National Federation of the Blind.

The National Easter Seals Societywebsite offers links, programs, and services for all disability areas.

Gallaudet University offers information on hearing and speech technology.

Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic is a national non-profit organization that serves people who cannot read standard print because of a visual, perceptual or other physical disability.

Mid-South Regional Resource Center offers a list of nationwide assistive technology links.

The NCSA Mosaic Access Page, is a resource for those interested in how people with disabilities can use the internet and the World Wide Web.

Apple's Disability Solutions page has exciting new hardware, software, and adaptive devices by Apple to aid persons with all disabilities in using the latest technology.

EASI's mission is to serve as a resource to the education community by providing information and guidance in the area of access-to-information technologies by individuals with disabilities.


Please send any comments concerning this page to Tina Bhaumik
Page last updated on May 4, 1997.

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