AT Programs for adults and children with disabilities in Western MA to help them live independently at home, at work and in school.
Assistive Technology (AT) is any device or service that increases or improves the functional capabilities of people with disabilities. UCP of Western MA offers a wide variety of assistive technology, AT evaluations, durable medical equipment and Radio Reading to support children and adults with disabilities. Our AT services are available to all the people we serve, in each of our programs.
Our Community Tech Support Center offers FREE technical support. If you’re a member of the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC), the Vocational Rehabilitation Program and would like support to help you with the technology that you’ve received, please contact us. We offer technology set up, training and ongoing technical support for people with disabilities, of all ages. Many of the services can be handled remotely.
AT Programs for School, Work and Life provide children and adults with disabilities AT evaluations, follow up reports, AT equipment, training and support for these settings: At School, at Work and at Home.
UCP’s AT Regional Center provides people from Western MA with all types of disabilities with assistive technology loans (FREE), demonstrations, training, workshops and funding sources.
UCP’s Re-Equipment Program is a collaborative durable medical equipment (DME) reuse program that offers FREE refurbished equipment and AT tools to adults, children and seniors without the hassle of paperwork, delays or insurance.
The Berkshire Talking Chronicle provides FREE Radio Reading to visually impaired and print handicapped listeners: 365 days a year, 24/7.