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The Center for Inclusive Design and Engineering has a long history of conducting research that supports the use of AT for people with disabilities. Current efforts include research in early childhood. Visit the CIDE Research Page.
The Center for Inclusive Design and Engineering offers unique expertise in the use of technology to enhance the lives of young children with disabilities. Our clinical faculty includes occupational therapists, physical therapists and speech language pathologists. Clinical services include direct one on one assessment, consultation and training for young children with disabilities and their families in order to assist them with the selection, acquisition and use of assistive technologies. Visit the Assistive Technology Clinic Page.
The CIDE AT Exchange (formally the AT Finder) is a web-based technology exchange program that assists individuals in obtaining new or used assistive technology devices or equipment for little or no cost. Individuals and organizations can use the CODE AT Exchange to search other various online classified and auction websites for assistive technology devices. Visit the CIDE AT Exchange.
The Center for Inclusive Design and Engineering's mission is for persons with cognitive, sensory, and/or physical disabilities to reach their highest potential at home, school, work and play through the addition of appropriate assistive technologies to their lives. Connecting individuals with potential funding for those devices is one part of what we do. Below are two funding options in Colorado.
EI Colorado Funding Document - Early Intervention Colorado offers a detailed brochure to explain the funding process in early intervention. Follow this link to visit their web site and learn more.
AT Funding $ources - A fully accessible, statewide on-line database providing individuals with disabilities, family members, and caregivers with a single point of entry for determining where to seek funding for assistive technology devices, equipment, or programs.
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