Assistive Technology for All Ages

CIDE's Assistive Technology Clinic provides one on one services for individuals with disabilities to improve the overall health and function of children and adults across the lifespan through the acquisition and use of appropriate assistive technology.  These services include assessment to help determine the most appropriate technology, as well as fittings, adjustments, programming and training in the use of technology after it is acquired.  As an outcome of the initial assessment, we recommend specific AT devices and provide clinical documentation to assist with funding justification of the need for the recommended technology.

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We offer clinical services in the following areas of need:

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Who Pays?

Most, though not all, of our clinical services can be billed to the individual’s private health insurance, including Medicare and Medicaid, under the plans’ outpatient physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy benefits. For services not covered by health insurance, we accept payment directly from the individual, from the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, or other disability services organizations.  Our Clinic Administrator can help you determine if your health insurance plan covers the services that you need, and assist with determining other funding sources if needed. To inquire about our services or schedule an appointment, please call our front desk at 303-315-1280.

Meet Our Clinicians

Services are provided by our faculty, which include physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech language pathologists and rehabilitation engineers.

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Make an Appointment

Call:  303-315-1280


Refer a Patient

Fax:  303-315-1270

Frequently Asked Questions

Read through our Frequently Asked Questions to find answers to common questions about our Assistive Technology clinic.