Assistive Technology Partnership is pleased to announce they are the administrator for the iCanConnect program.The program assists people who experience both hearing and vision loss with their telecommunication needs.
The ReUse network
Retain Your Skilled Employee
Do you have an employee who is facing a short-term injury or illness? Contact us for a free equipment demonstration, offering suggestions or solutions to help employees continue or return to the
Assistive Technology for Employer and Business Web Portal
Produced by the RESNA Catalyst Project and AT Connects
Employer and Business Web Portal features information on AT solutions in the workplace, finding help to access AT through state based AT Act Programs, a consultant data base directory of RESNA Employment Professionals, and numerous other resources.
The Assistive Technology Partnership (ATP), through collaboration, provides all
Nebraskans access and opportunities to better live, learn, and work.
Nebraska Deaf-Blind Summer Institute
July 18-21, 2016
Understanding Brain Injury
State of the States in Head Injury Annual Meeting
September 12-15, 2016