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Jamie Arasz Prioli, B.Sc, ATP

RESNA Certified Assistive Technology Professional

Resources & Publications

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AAC Institute offers resources and products to measure and optimize the communication performance of people with speech disability who use AAC (augmentative and alternative communication)

ABLEDATA provides objective information about assistive technology products and rehabilitation equipment available from domestic and international sources.

The National Public Website on Assistive Technology has a mission is to provide access to information on AT devices and services as well as other community resources for people with disabilities and the general public.

The Assistive Technology Industry Association ("ATIA") is a not-for-profit membership organization of manufacturers, sellers and providers of technology-based assistive devices and/or services.

Back In Action is a “classified ads” feature that connects people with available assistive technology (AT).

A leading provider of K-12 assistive computer technology products and services.

Closing The Gap, Inc. is an organization that focuses on assistive technology for people with special needs through its bimonthly magazine, annual international conference and extensive Web site.              
Department of Defense (CAP) Program.  The Computer / Electronic Accommodations Program (CAP) provides assistive technology and services to people with disabilities, Federal managers, supervisors, IT professionals, and Wounded Services Members.
The Assistive Technology Advocacy Center (ATAC) serves as New Jersey's federally funded assistive technology project through a sub-contract with New Jersey's Department of Labor and Workforce Development

One source for assistive technology, ergonomic products and training..

This web site, a university-based and non-profit effort, is dedicated to promoting aging in place and independent living for persons of all ages and abilities.

The New Jersey Coalition for the Advancement of Assistive and Rehabilitation Technology (NJCART) is a non-profit organization established in 1987 to promote the appropriate applications of technology for individuals with disabilities, assure access to resources and provide continuing education to its members and the community at large.

The DBTAC-Northeast ADA Center is part of a national network of centers which provide information, referrals, resources, and training on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

The Pass It On Center is a national collaboration for the reutilization and coordination of assistive technology.

RESNA is the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America.  The organization’s purpose is to improve the potential of people with disabilities to achieve their goals through the use of technology.

ThisAbled is built on the concept that in order for people with disabilities to be free they have to be politically and economically empowered. The website is an online entity with a simple goal of helping people with disability.

Your ReSource, Inc. is a non-profit human service, environmental program that oversees the CARE program (Community Access to Rehabilitation Equipment).

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  • Professional Membership

    - Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA)

    - NJ Coalition for the Advancement of Assistive and Rehab Technology (NJCART)

  • Professional Certification

    - RESNA Certified Assistive Technology Professional (ATP) effective until 01/01/2011

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