1 This is the Accessible Technology Coalition. Browse the Categories. Join the Forum. Check out Training. Find answers for your AT challenges. Vision AT Resources for individuals with vision impairment or are blind. Hearing Assistive Technology for those who are experiencing hearing loss or are deaf. Learning Assistive Technology resources for helping students who struggle with printed text and organizational skills. Communication Information on technology for alternative methods of both expressive and reception communication. Computer Access Providing access to computers for those who cannot use a standard keyboard or mouse. Workplace Resources to assist you in analyzing the worksite or workstation to determine what assistive technology is needed. Seating and Mobility Tools for accommodating a wheelchair or other seating system. Recreation and Leisure Here are a variety of ideas on how to make sports, vacations, games and other leisure time activities accessible. Environmental Controls Resources for help with controlling the environment to independently complete Activities of Daily Living. Aging in Place Technology to enable an independent and active lifestyle for those who are aging at home or in a facility. “I don’t ‘suffer’ from dyslexia, I live with it and work with it. I suffer from the ignorance of people who think they know what I can and cannot do.”Erica Cook, Learning Ally Member So how does it work? Browse through our selection of wonderful AT Resources Select one of the categories of assistive technology from the home page to find links to products, free training, solutions from the experts. Join the Community You are the ATC! Join our Forum and post your questions and solutions. Send us suggestions for products, free webinars, great blog posts (email@example.com). And together we'll deliver...... Up-to-Date Information. Creative Ideas. Support. Community. Cool Technologies. Change the World with Us!