Resource Corner – Assistive Technology

Green tile background with Tennessee Disability Pathfinder compass logo in upper left corner and words "Resource Corner" in cursive font in middle right.
Tennessee Disability Pathfinder offers an extensive library of disability and senior care resources available at DisabilityPathfinder.org.
Purple Module Outline with text "A summary of the module's main content and media elements." Yellow IRIS & Adult Learning image with text "In-depth information about the adult learning theory on which our modules are based" Green Navigating an IRIS STAR Legacy image with text "A video tutorial on finding your way around a module"Blue Wrap-Around Content Map image with text "Supporting materials to supplement information in this module."Photo courtesy of IRIS Center
Copyright 2021 Vanderbilt University. All rights reserved.

The Vanderbilt University IRIS Center provides a module that offers an overview of assistive technology (AT) with a focus on students with high-incidence disabilities such as learning disabilities and ADHD. It explores the consideration process, implementation, and evaluation of AT for these students (est. completion time: 2.5 hours).

To complete the module or for more information visit The IRIS Center.

_________________________________________

Technology Access Centers for the state of Tennessee

The Tennessee Department of Human Services provides a list of Technology Access Centers throughout the state of Tennessee.  To find more information on the Centers visit  TN Department of Human Services. For a larger view of the map click here.

_________________________________________

The Tennessee Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities launched its Enabling Technology program in 2017 and since then has grown to include numerous resources to support people with disabilities to live as independently as possible. This video featuring Milton Neuenschwander, state director of Enabling Technology, describing the features of a technology utilized in the state of Tennessee called the Induction Stovetop is one of many of the technology resources shared.  They also provide information on technologies such as sensors, mobile applications, remote support systems, and other smart devices.
To find out more information on the technologies provided by the program visit TN DIDD.

Pathfinder as a COVID-19 Vaccine Resource