TransAccess, Silicon Valley's leading non-profit provider of adaptive technology, career transition, and employment services for persons with disabilities, is excited to present its 7th annual fundraiser, ArtAbility - Friday, September 20, 2013. ArtAbility is a celebration of art by and for people with disabilities.
Discovering Assistive Technology
An online learning program from TransAccess and the California School Library Association 2.0 Team!
This tutorial is brought to you by the California School Library Association 2.0 Team and TransAccess, a community-based organization that provides persons with disabilities access to computer adaptive technology and career transition services so that they can achieve their desired education and employment, and improve their quality of life.
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TransAccess provides persons with disabilities access to adaptive technology and career transition services so that they can achieve their desired education and employment, and improve their quality of life.
TransAccess was originally founded in 1980 as Disabled Programmers, Inc., by Thomas Puorro, a former IBM executive whose son was paralyzed in a diving accident.
TransAccess started by training people with disabilities for careers in computer programming. Todays focus is on School-to-Future services for students with disabilities, Computer Access Technology assessments and training for individuals with disabilities and work related injuries.