Assistive Technology

Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center (ECTA) provides national leadership in assisting states with high-quality systems for early intervention (Part C) and early childhood special education (Section 619) programs.  Information on Assistive Technology for infants and young children.

CT Assistive Technology Guidelines for Part C Early Intervention and Part B ( Special Education)

Assistive Technology Checklist developed by ECTA based on DEC Recommended practice on Environments.

Center on Technology and Disability (CTD)

New England Assistive Technology Center (NEAT) in Hartford, CT. was established to provide information and access to equipment and devices that can change the lives of people of all ages, with all types of disabilities, both temporary and permanent.  NEAT partners with CT. Birth to Three to help meet the needs of families with infants and toddlers who needs Assistive Technology. Alliance for Technology Access Accessible Toys for Children with Disabilities Information on assistive technology and devices. United Cerebral Palsy’s Tech Tot Library for Eastern Connecticut – toys for children with disabilities