Assistive Technology (AT)– What’s It All About?
Have you heard about Assistive Technology (AT) but aren’t really sure what it is? Join us on next week’s I AM weekly broadcast to learn what AT is and how it can help you gain or improve your independence. We will also discuss Loan Libraries and Community Lending Libraries that are available at some Centers for Independent Living and MD TAP.
Here’s the closed captioning transcript
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Some Resources mentioned in the video:
Maryland Accessible Telecommunications program: email@example.com is the email for the MAT program. You can also contact me firstname.lastname@example.org
Maryland Assistive Technology Program (MDTAP) Reuse program: MDTAP.AT-Reuse@maryland.gov
MDTAP Offices and website: http://mdod.maryland.gov/mdtap/pages/mdtap-home.aspx
Maryland Technology Assistance Program
Workforce & Technology Center
2301 Argonne Drive
Baltimore, MD 21218
Eastern Shore Office
Bay Area Center for Independent Living (BACIL)
909 Progress Circle
Salisbury, MD 21804
Southern Maryland Office
Southern Maryland Center for Independent Living, Inc. (SMCIL)
38588 Brett Way, Suite 1
Mechanicsville, MD 20659
Western Maryland Office
Resources for Independence, Inc.
735 East Oldtown Road
Cumberland, Maryland 21502
Toll Free: 1-800-371-1986
You can contact Disability Rights Maryland (DRM) in need of legal assistance related to denial of Assistive Technology devices. Our intake phone line is: 410-727-6352
Toll Free: 1-800-233-7201
I Can Connect, is the program approved by the FCC to assist
Deaf Blind individuals. Learn more at National Deaf-Blind Equipment Distribution Program | Federal Communications Commission (fcc.gov)
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