Throughout this ongoing health crisis we have continued to offer our free AT Support to students and professionals remotely. As many of you know our clinic, ATHelp, provides free support/training on assistive technologies, and our professional training service, ATTrain provides free support for the consideration and implementation of assistive technologies into educational and service-based programs. We continue to use the Zoom Videoconferencing platform to serve families and professionals, which can be accessed via any computer, phone, or tablet. We can also do in-person trainings for groups if necessary.

Individuals, families, and professionals can email us at for remote support/training on their existing assistive technologies or we can help them find online resources to make lessons more accessible. We can also provide remote PD to any professional group, guiding them on the use of Educational or Assistive Technology solutions for making learning accessible.

Our longstanding free AT Clinic at The Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan has returned in a limited form. Please contact us at for an online on in-person appointment. For individuals who cannot physically travel to our location or utilize Zoom effectively, off site visits to homes and schools are possible.

To reserve a free appointment or arrange a free training please email Mark Surabian at or go to the 
Contact Us Page online at We are unfortunately not available for walk-in services at any time.

Although our in-house services are only free to individuals/groups in need of assistance who come to our office, professionals or organizations may also contract us for affordable offsite support or training on the selection, use, and implementation of assistive technologies.

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