Updated 10 May 2016
Assistive Technology resources are available to the general community in Northern Colorado.
Assistive Technology Partners hosts the Assistive Technology Program of Colorado, a program funded under public law.
AT Partners, part of the University of Colorado’s Anschutz Medical Campus, provides clinical services such as assessments, consultation, training, and education to persons with disabilities, their families, researchers, and their manufacturers. They offer free demonstrations of their assistive technology, loan AT items for students through their loan bank, and provide information regarding funding sources.
The Colorado Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing provides high and low tech telecommunication options for CO residents who are deaf, hard of hearing, or deaf-blind. Qualified individuals may receive certain equipment for free. They also provide captioning and interpreting services.
Ensight offers comprehensive services for individuals with low vision. They have offices in Fort Collins and Greeley, and also provide in-home, work, and phone evaluations.
The Poudre River Libraries offer a selection of assistive technologies at two locations in Fort Collins: Harmony and Old Town.
WATR is Wyoming's Assistive Technology Act program and a resource for all assistive technology (AT) needs in Wyoming. Although WATR's priority is to serve Wyoming residents, they are also able to extend some services to Colorado residents. Check with them for availability.