AT Services for adults and children with disabilities in the commonwealth to help them live independently.

UCP of Western Massachusetts offers Assistive Technology (AT) Services to help individuals with disabilities throughout Massachusetts become more productive and independent in everyday activities. AT provides creative ways to reduce barriers and increase capabilities through personalized evaluations of needs catered to our members.

We also offer free use of our durable medical equipment (DME) library through REquipment, assistive technology library through MassMATCH and a radio reading service through Berkshire Talking Chronicle over WRRS 104.3 all to support children and adults with disabilities. 

Learn about AT Services Referrals funded through Department of Developmental Services (DDS) and the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC) allow members to receive assistive technology evaluations. AT evaluations create solutions to improve independence and customize goals for a life without limits. Not only does UCP provide the evaluations, we also offer technical training for our devices. 

Community Fundamentals Education Webinars for people affiliated with MRC with free in-person and online workshops on computer basics, internet security, Microsoft and Google products and online banking safely. Click here for a schedule and times. 

Assistive Technology Regional Center (ATRC) Loan Library provides the commonwealth with devices, demonstrations and training.

UCP’s Roadshow Curious about AT devices? Contact us and we’ll come to you! This is perfect for schools, healthcare providers, senior centers and community outreach programs. We travel throughout the commonwealth to show you a wide range of devices that may support yourself or your loved ones.

Berkshire Talking Chronicle provides a radio reading service to visually impaired and print handicapped listeners: 365 days a year, 24/7.


``Assistive Technology levels the playing field for people with disabilities by providing the tools needed to become fully engaged in activities in daily life.`` ~ Shelby Cortis, Senior Director of Assistive Technologies