The Alliance for Technology Access (ATA) is a national network of Resource Centers, individual and organization Associate members and vendor members.  All local nonprofit ATA Resource Centers are operated through a collaboration of people with disabilities, family members, and professionals in related fields. 

The mission of the Alliance for Technology Access is to connect children and adults with disabilities to technology tools.  If you support this mission, you are invited to join the ATA in realizing its potential.  To get more information about the ATA and/or how to become a member, contact the national office at (800) 455-7970 or visit the ATA website:



Alabama Technology Assistance for Special Consumers
Arizona Technology Access Center of Tucsan (TACT)
California Team of Advocates for Special Kids
  Center for Accessible Technology
  Computer Access Center
  ITECH Parents helping Parents
Florida  CITE, Inc. Center for Independence, Technology & Education
Georgia Tech-Able, Inc.
Hawaii Aloha Special Technology Access Center
Idaho United Cerebral Palsy of Idaho, Inc.
Illinois Technology Assisting All People with Disabilities (TAAD, Inc.)
  Northern Illinois Center for Adaptive Technology
Indiana Assistive Technology Training and Information Center (ATTIC)
Kansas Technology Resource Solutions for People
Kentucky Bluegrass Technology Center
  Western Kentucky Assistive Technology Consortium
  EnTech: Enabling Technologies of Kentuckiana
Maryland Learning Independence Through Computers. Inc.
Michigan Michigan's Assistive Technology Resource
Montana Parents, Let's Unite for Kids (PLUK)
New Jersey TECH Connection
  Center for Enabling Technology
North Carolina Carolina Computer Access Center
Rhode Island TechACCESS Center of Rhode Island
Tennessee Signal Center's Assistive Technology Center
  East Tennessee Technology Access Center, Inc.
  West Tennessee Special Technology Access Resource Center
  Mid-South Access Center for Tennessee
  Technology Access Center of Middle Tennessee
Utah The Computer Center for Citizens with Disabilities
Virginia Tidewater Center for Technology Access