Assistive Technology (AT) is any item, device or piece of equipment used to maintain or improve the independence and function of persons with disabilities and older adults in education, employment, recreation and daily living activities. AT devices can be “low tech,” like a built-up handle on a spoon to improve the ability to grasp, to “high tech” computers controlled with eye blinks. AT devices can be do-it-yourself or even consumer electronics, such as home automation solutions that are more than just a convenience for a person with a disability! AT includes the services necessary to get and use the devices, including assessment, customization, repair, and training. Learn more at AT3Center.net.