Whether it's getting a loan for an essential piece of adaptive equipment, learning how to improve independence at home, helping non-verbal students communicate, or simply knowing what your options are; we guarantee you will learn something useful when you experience our AT (assistive technology) services. All of our AT services are listed below.
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|AT Independent Living
Easterseals Independent Living Program offers services that provide assistive technology in the home with the goal of improving the ability of individuals with significant disabilities to live independently and safely. We also offer expert ergonomics evaluations/trainings, which are essential for preventing injury and disability working from home.
AT and AAC experts help ensure that students are integrated in the classroom to reach their IEP goals. Using a variety of high-tech and low-tech equipment we will meet your students' curriculum and augmentative communication needs.
Easterseals Massachusetts vocational rehabilitation services help people with disabilities obtain and maintain jobs. Vocational rehabilitation helps people with severe mobility, learning, communication, visual, hearing, and other disabilities.
People with and without disabilities and their families can see, touch, and borrow assistive technology devices for free in order to make more informed decisions regarding the technology that will meet their needs.
Augmentative Communication Specialists (AAC) work with adults and students with congenital or acquired disabilities who have difficulty using speech for communication.
Easterseals AT Maker Lab is an innovative community space for collaboration to create new devices that help people with disabilities find AT solutions for independent living.
This program provides access to zero & low interest loans for the purchase of assistive devices and services to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities.
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