Assistive Technology

The purpose of The Assistive Technology (AT) Program at disABILTY LINK is to increase access and independence through technology. From low tech solutions like a stylus, grabber or a manual wheelchair, to higher tech options like CCTVs, tablets and software.

AT Demo Area:

Thanks to a partnership with Georgia Tools for Life (www.gatfl.org), and other organizations, we have an AT demo area where individuals can come and try out equipment and learn more about what is available.

Tech Talk Tuesday:

Every 2nd Tuesday from 1:00-2:30 pm, disABILITY LINK provides presentations and demonstrations of assistive technology. Classes are held in the activity room at disABILITY LINK and are open to all to attend.

American Sign Language:

Every 2nd Wedneday, at 11:00AM-12:00PM disABILITY LINK provides basic American Sign Language classes. The material will be presented in a way that is fun and easy to learn. Classes are held in the conference room at disABILITY LINK and are open to all to attend.

Tech Tools Wednesday:

Every 4th Wednesday at 11:00AM-12PM disABILITY LINK will highlight various assistive technologies that are available to the deaf and hard of hearing community.  We will present the most current and cutting edge devices.

Loan Closet:

disABILITY LINK welcomes donations of durable medical equipment and other technology and items that are in good working condition for redistribution to our consumers. If you have an item for donation, please call disABILITY to ensure that there is both room for storage and/or someone in need of the device. All donations made are tax deductible and we can provide a donation letter to you at the time of receipt. If you are in need of a specific item please call in or e-mail us.