Assistive Technology Program for the District of Columbia (ATPDC)

Address: 220 I Street, N.E., Suite 130, University Legal Services - Assistive Technology Program
Washington,, DC 20002
Phone: (202) 547-0918 Email: Website:

ATPDC is committed to improving the District of Columbia's capacity to provide appropriate assistive technology devices and services for all Washingtonians with disabilities. The Assistive Technology Program is one of several programs managed by University Legal Services (ULS). ULS is a private, non-profit organization which serves as the District of Columbia's federally mandated protection and advocacy system for human, legal, and service rights of people with disabilities. All services are free of charge to eligible individuals.

Programs and Services

ULS/ATP is a citywide program whose goal is to enhance independence, productivity, inclusion and the quality of life for all individuals with disabilities. We accomplish this goal by identifying those barriers that keep people from getting the appropriate assistive technology (AT) devices and services they need to live more independent lives. Then, in collaboration with consumers, government agencies and community organizations, we develop and implement strategies to overcome those barriers.


ULS/ATP presents residents, service providers and businesses a variety of assistive technology related services. Listed below are just a few of the projects our program is proud to offer.


Outreach and Training

Information and Referral

Assistive Technology Device Demonstration & Equipment Lending Program

Accessible Information Technology in Educational Settings.


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