AbleData: AbleData provides objective information about assistive technology products and rehabilitation equipment” They do not sell equipment but can do provide access to potential vendors.
Assistive Technology: Tech-Able provides individuals with disabilities, their families and support professionals access to Assistive Technology devices through aLending Library, Demonstrations, Training Classes and Information and Referral.
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Devices, known as “speech generating devices” are essential tools to help people with severe communication disabilities meet their daily needs. This site offers assistance in obtaining funding and legal supports. For funding support, also visit AAC Funding Help
Family Center on Technology and Disability: A comprehensive website on assistive and instructional technologies and services.
New York State Assistive Technology Advocacy Project, has created a funding link. This is a project of the Neighborhood Legal Services, Inc. to support the advocacy efforts of attorneys, service agencies, and persons with disabilities and their families to obtain the funding for AT services and devices in NYS.
TRAID: For more information on assistive technology, go to the Technology-Related Assistance for Individuals with Disabilities (TRAID) Program. TRAID coordinates statewide activities to increase access to and acquisition of assistive technology in the four domain areas of education, employment, community living and information technology and telecommunications.
University at Buffalo, Center for Assistive Technology offers a special Online Training on Assistive Technology for Education for students with disabilities. While designed for younger students, the information is appropriate for all school-age students eligible under special education.