LDANJ Holds Its Annual Conference
October 4, 2015
Rutgers University, Livingston Campus Student Center
Check out Brian’s dyslexia journey: from struggling student to Ivy League undergrad. It’s part of our new AT Stories Video Series—real people, real assistive technology success stories!
Advances made in Speech Recognition Software have really made a difference for one New Jersey Avon representative.
The Division of Disability Services (DDS) has announced funding is available to replace, repair or build modular ramps for individuals who require one at their Hurricane Sandy-impacted primary residences.
Welcome to the Assistive Technology Center,
New Jersey’s online resource for information and equipment.
We help people with disabilities, their families, teachers and employers identify and learn to use the technology that will be most effective in meeting their goals.
Home and Living
Whether you are looking for safe means of entry and exit, greater independence in the kitchen or bath, or strategies for performing activities of daily living, our team can help you find just the right tools and devices.
School and Learning
We have helped integrate children with disabilities into regular classrooms all over the state. From computer access alternatives to educational software solutions, our staff is on top of the latest technology.
Work and Earning
We understand the many different types of barriers that keep men and women from working. Whether you need special software or equipment to access a computer or need a workstation modified to meet your specific needs, we can help.