The Assistive Technology Program at disABILTY LINK aims to increase access through technology. From low tech solutions like a stylus, grabber or bendable fork to higher tech options like CCTVs, tablets and software, we hope to find options for individuals that will fit their lifestyles and needs.
AT Demo Area:
Thanks to a partnership with Georgia Tools for Life ( www.gatfl.org ) we have an AT demo area where individuals can come in and try out equipment and learn more about what it is out there. We have devices that range from assisted daily living to iPads and an Android tablet. Come and and try out the equipment or arrange a demo with Sukie Glick, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Every Tuesday from 1:00-2:30 pm Danny hosts group trainings on various aspects of assistive technology and social media. Classes are held in the activity room at disABILITY LINK and are open to all to attend. One-on-one trainings can also be arranged with Sukie on a case by case basis.
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 Sukie 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 so we can begin the process of loaning/donating an item or finding an alternate avenue for acquiring the needed equipment.