The Aspire Assistive Technology Programme means that anyone, regardless of the levels of their injury, can independently use a computer.

High level spinal cord injuries can restrict the use of your arms and hands, which means that standard equipment can be difficult to use.  Our Assistive Technology Facilities include a range of devices and software packages that enable anyone, regardless of their level of injury, to use a computer independently.  We regularly research and test new technologies, such as tablet computers, gaming controls and smartphones, so we are able to offer advice in these areas too.

For more information, please email Andrew, our Assistive Technology Manager, or click on the links below.

Assistive Technology in Spinal Injury Centres
Information about Assistive Technology facilities in Spinal Injury Centres
          
Assistive Technology Volunteers
Find out about becoming a volunteer
Product information
For information and reviews on the products that are available, click here.
Case Studies
Read about the ways in which Assistive Technology has helped people to get back online.
Assistive Technology brochure
Click here to read the Assistive Technology brochure.
How you can help us
Click here for ways you can help us
Assistive Technology FAQs
Click here for frequently asked questions about Assistive Technology

This programme is generously funded by the Leathersellers’ Company Charitable Fund, TalkTalk Business and the James Tudor Foundation.

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