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Technology Assistance for Special Consumers – A Program of United Cerebral Palsy of Huntsville and Tennessee Valley
The missions of the Technology Assistance for Special Consumers is to provide individuals with disabilities, their families and/or advocates, and associated professionals access to assistive technology devices and services to increase independence at home, school, and work."
T.A.S.C. provides numerous services to the community at minimal or no cost. We can only do this thanks to the many donations we receive. Please contact us if you would like to help support our efforts.
Located at 1856 Keats Drive, Huntsville, AL, T.A.S.C.'s Computer Resource Center houses a variety of computers accessible to individuals with varying abilities and disabilities. On a daily basis, staff members work with parents, children, educators, and professionals by providing consultations and training on equipment, devices, and appropriate software that can help a person who is blind use a computer through a talking screen, or allow a young child with Cerebral Palsy to type by a simple movement of her head, or select software that can help a person who has had a stroke learn to read again.
T.A.S.C. provides free informational sessions to anyone interested in learning how assistive technology may enhance academic performance, work skills, independent living, social skills, and communication skills.
Programs and Services Include:
- Computer Resource Center
- Carlene Hall Lending Library
- Assistive Technology Evaluations
- AAC Evaluations
- Professional and Family Training
- Community Based Training