The Technology Access Center has offered services for middle Tennesseans with disabilities and functional limitations since 1989. The Center is operated by the nonprofit corporation, Access Services of Middle Tennessee. The mission of the corporation’s board and staff members is to promote the independence and participation of individuals of all ages with disabilities in school, work, play and everyday activities through their use of assistive technology.
The Technology Access Center is one of forty-one (41) Microsoft Accessibility Resource Centers in the United States, and one of two (2) in Tennessee. Learn more by clicking here.
Our team is dedicated to helping neighbors in need find the most modern, nimble solutions to improve everyday life, pursue professional opportunities, communicate effectively, and be independent at work, at home and at play. Meet the individuals who lead the center and connect directly with clients on a daily basis by clicking here.
We are grateful for support of specific projects from the following foundations to help us serve clients of all ages and disabilities throughout Middle Tennessee.
Certain projects of the Technology Access Center are funded under an agreement with the Tennessee Department of Human Services, Division of Rehabilitation Services.
Special thanks to our board members who provide guidance and active involvement to further the mission of the Technology Access Center. Barbara L. Talbert, OTR/L Sprocket Therapy Solutions, LLC, Board President; George Bozzell, HCA, Board Vice President; Kerri Harwood, Metro Nashville Public Schools, Board Secretary; David Feldhaus, Ascend Federal Credit Union, Board Treasurer; Patricia A. Beavers, DHA, MBA/ACC, BBA, BA, Department of Defense; Mark Dillon; Community Volutneer Jamie Ho, O.D, Politzer & Ho Vision Group; Linda Judeich, Technology Access Center, Executive Director