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AT Device Demo

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Schedule a Device Demo to Make an informed Decision

An AT Device Demonstration gives you the chance to have a hands on (or virtual) experience with an AT device, learn about the different features and compare with other similar devices. An AT Device Demonstration allows you to make an informed decision about whether the device is the right one for you. If it's not the right one, that's okay! We want to help you make a good decision about a device and we can do several AT device demonstrations until you find what you are looking for. You can schedule a AT Device Demonstration by contacting one of the CTTAP partner agencies listed below.


The ACES Assistive Technology Services Department consists of multiple highly-trained Assistive Technology (AT) professionals with backgrounds in Speech Language Pathology, Special Education, and Occupational Therapy. ACES now provides AT device demonstrations and device loans as a new partner for the CT Tech Act Project. Visit ACES Assistive Technology websitefor more information.

NEAT Center at Oak Hill

NEAT Center at Oak Hill offers AT device demos to individuals with disabilities, family members, and others. Contact NEAT or visit the NEAT website for more details.


CREC offers AT device demos to their consortium members. Contact CREC and visit the CREC Assistive Technology webpage for more details.

SERC Library

SERC Library offers AT device demos to individuals with disabilities and family members and educators at their AT Corner located in the SERC library in Waterbury, CT. Contact SERC staff or visit the SERC website for more details.


EASTCONN offers AT device demos to their consortium members. Contact EASTCONN and visit the EASTCONN’s Assistive Technology webpage for more details.

UCP of Eastern CT

UCP of Eastern CToffers AT device demos to individuals with disabilities, family members, and others. Contact UCP or visit the UCP AT website for more details.​​

Meriden ATECH

Meriden ATECH offers AT device demos to individuals with disabilities and family members as well as to providers and their staff. Visit the ATECH website for more details.

You can also contact the CT Tech Act Project directly via the CT Tech Act Project Contact Us page for additional resources, information and device demonstrations.