Assistive Technology Webinar

Assistive Technology and Accessible Transportation

Thursday, October 5th

2:00 – 4:00 PM Eastern

Assistive technology is a key element to allow individuals with disabilities and those who are aging to maintain and improve their independence in their communities.  The AT3 Center will host a webinar to explore how assistive technology contributes to accessible transportation.

Among the areas to be focused on will be:

  • The roles and activities of Assistive Technology Act Programs.
  • Accessible materials and websites for transportation options.
  • Assistive Technology for individual use and vehicle modifications.
  • AT/Accessible transportation partnerships.


Registration is required and you may register at:



ASL will be provided for the webinar.  To request a reasonable accommodation, contact Jamie Anderson at by September 24th. We will do our best to accommodate requests submitted after September 24th, but short notice may interfere with our ability to fulfill requests that require third-party services.

Why is this important?

Assistive technology (AT) enables people to live healthy, productive, independent and dignified lives, and to participate in civic life, education, and employment and utilizing AT related to transportation is a key element in fuller community participation for all.  The webinar will include time for Q&A and discussion.  If you have questions you’d like to submit in advance of the webinar, you may also do so at:

About the AT3 Center

The webinar is being presented by the Assistive Technology Act Technical Assistance and Training (AT3) Center.  The mission of the AT3 Center is to increase access to and acquisition of assistive technologies by individuals with disabilities across the lifespan.  The Center partners with disability and aging stakeholders throughout the nation to achieve its mission.  The Center provides training and technical assistance for the 56 state and territory programs under the 21st Century Assistive Technology Act under the Administration for Community Living.

Who Should Attend?

Service providers, public transportation, people with disabilities, older adults, healthcare providers or plans, local government/planning agencies, caregivers and anyone wanting to learn more about assistive technology and transportation.