Welcome to the web site for the Assistive Technology Program for the District of Columbia (ATPDC).
ATPDC is committed to improving the District of Columbia's capacity to provide appropriate assistive technology devices and services for all Washingtonians with disabilities.
The Assistive Technology Program is one of several programs managed by University Legal Services (ULS). ULS is a private, non-profit organization which serves as the District of Columbia's federally mandated protection and advocacy system for human, legal, and service rights of people with disabilities. All services are free of charge to eligible individuals.
For more information on ULS services call 202.547.0918 (Voice) or 202.547.2657 (TTY)
Recently the State Assistive Technolgy Programs met in DC and produced this video to honor Senator Tom Harkin (D-Iowa)who is retiring. He has worked tirelessly to build and maintain the AT Programs.
The Assistive Technology Program for the District of Columbia (ATPDC) is a project funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Rehabilitation Services Administration under the Assistive Technology Act of 1998 as amended. The project is administered by the District of Columbia Department on Disability Services, the District of Columbia Rehabilitation Services Administration and University Legal Services.
For more information on this law and other state Assistive Technology Projects, please visit the RESNA website.