What is Assistive Technology?
Assistive Technology (AT) services and devices are designed to increase the independence of individuals with disabilities. Ranging from very simple items to complex systems requiring extensive training, assistive technology is individually designed to meet the unique needs of the user.
What Services are Provided?
UCP offers superb assistive technology evaluations addressing many categories of assistive technology relevant to education, work, and community access. Services can occur in any environment and are available across the lifespan. Click the links below for more information.
Who Provides the Services?
Our specially designed AT department is led by OakLeaf and LeafBridge RESNA certified Assistive Technology Professionals (ATP). Each ATP additionally holds licensing in at least one of the following areas: physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, information technology, and/or intervention specialists.