Junior Blind's Advanced Assistive Technology Training provides assessments and instruction in specific areas tailored to each client's needs. Based on an individualized training plan, clients acquire the assistive technology skills they need to continue current employment or become a competitive candidate in today's job market.
Who We Serve
The Advanced Assistive Technology Training program serves individuals 18 and older, who are blind or visually impaired.
Our program features knowledgeable staff who have years of experience in the field of education and training with assistive technology. Our instructors are not only well-versed in the products they teach but also use these products on a daily basis in their own lives. Our staff have been contributors through Beta testing for accessibility with major players in the high-tech industry.
- One-on-one assessment from a qualified Assistive Technology Instructor
- One-on-one training is available and practiced when necessary; typical instructor to client ratio is 1:4
- Hardware and software training
- On-the-job support services
- Worksite assessment (within 10 mile radius of Junior Blind)
Clients need to be referred by the Department of Rehabilitation but should first contact Michael Martinez, Director of Transition Services at Junior Blind (please find contact information on the right side of this page).