The Community Vision Assistive Technology Lab will be a comprehensive Educational and Resource center where users and the general public can see and experience the positive impact technology can have on lives.
From adaptive pencil grips, to iPads, to Augmentative & Alternative Communication Devices (AAC), to wheelchairs, Assistive Technology can improve the functional capabilities of individuals who experience disability.
The AT Lab will have open hours for the general public, consultations, and offer trainings in the use of AT to users, professionals and support people, and families. Its prominent location on the ground floor of the new Seven Corners Collaborative building will foster awareness and understanding of the value of accessibility for all members of our communities.
Learn about our inspiration: Judith Snow
Judith Snow was a leader and a change-agent in the disability community. Her impact is worldwide and her name will remain a legacy to inspire more people experiencing disability to dream big dreams.
“We all have gifts…And some of those gifts appear to be empty, in the sense that they’re not about doing things, they are more about opening spaces, and asking questions, and asking people, inviting, inviting people in to be part of community and part of relationship…and those gifts, are in many ways, the most powerful, although still often not recognized for their power.” – The Writings of Judith Snow