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  • ABLEDATA Database of assistive technology and rehabilitation equipment, including price and information on more than 25,000 assistive technology products.
  • Ability Hub Assistive Technology for people with a disability who find operating a computer difficult
  • Adaptive Computer Products provides extensive list of links for assistive technology computer products.
  • Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) serves as the collective voice of the Assistive Technology industry so that the best products and services are delivered to people with disabilities
  • Assistive Technology Act Fact Sheet provides background information on the Tech Act beginning with the Technology-Related Assistance for Individuals with Disabilities Act in 1988.
  • Computer Electronic Accommodation Program (CAP)ensures that people with disabilities have equal access to the information/electronic and telecommunication work environments.
  • Electronic and Information Technology (One-Stop Toolkit) Information on ensuring that people with disabilities have access to all electronic services and equipment, including telephones, information kiosks, transaction machines, websites, multimedia equipment (such as videotapes) and office equipment (copiers, fax machines).
  • Information Technology Access Information from the Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center regarding access to information technologies.
  • Maryland Technology Assistance Program (MD TAP) furnishes information and consultation on assistive technology to aid individuals with disabilities, their family, friends and advocates, state agencies and employers.
  • The Alliance for Technology Access provides information and support services to children and adults with disabilities, and increasing their use of standard, assistive, and information technologies.
  • WebABLE a website for disability-related internet resources that ensures accessibility for people with disabilities to advanced information systems and emerging technologies.

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