Assistive technology devices are available at the Technology Access Center for anyone who requests hands-on demonstrations. Individuals with disabilities, their family members, and their teachers, therapists, or others are given demonstration opportunities to decide if devices will meet their needs in the areas of education, employment, community living, or telecommunications and information technology. Many of these devices are available for short term loans so that individuals can decide if devices meet their needs in home, school, or work settings. Devices are also loaned for a short term accommodation, or while individuals are waiting to acquire or repair their own devices.
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The Technology Access Center works in partnership with the Muscular Dystrophy Association and the Vanderbilt University Medical Center to provide assistive technology services at the monthly ALS clinics, and through other demonstrations.