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The mission of the Assistive Technology Project is to identify and serve the assistive and computer technology needs of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families, especially those whose technology needs are underserved due to language, culture and class barriers.
The Assistive Technology Project is a non-profit, grant project of the Koch-Young Resource Center and supported in part by the Frank D. Lanterman Regional Center. Established in 1966, the Frank D. Lanterman Regional Center is part of a network of 21 private, non-profit, community-based regional centers that contract with the California State Department of Developmental Disabilities to coordinate services for individuals with developmental disabilities. The Lanterman mission is a commitment to support and help enable people with developmental disabilities to live full, productive and satisfying lives as active members of their communities. The Koch-Young Resource Center provides information referrals, public awareness, education, training, and peer support for individuals with developmental disabilities, their families, professionals and other community members. As part of the Lanterman Regional Center, the Resource Center serves over 6,000 children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families living in Southern California communities.
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