Assistive Technology for Community & Home Access

Assistive Technology promotes independent self-care, access to the home and community and participation in leisure or recreational activities.

AT for the community and home includes evaluation and recommendations specific to a range of assistive technology solutions. Some examples include environmental controls, mobility devices, computer access, adapted bicycles, and tools for dressing or bathing.

UCP offers a specialty clinic designed to increase independent mobility. For more information on the Mobility Clinic click here.

For more information about funding for AT related to community access click here.

To inquire about an evaluation, please contact Children and Family Services Manager, Celia Chesnick at (216) 791-8363, ext. 1260 or