The Aspire Assistive Technology Programme means that anyone, regardless of the level of their spinal cord 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 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.

To find out more please email Andrew, our Assistive Technology Manager - [email protected].

More information and how we can help with assistive technology

Assistive Technology in Spinal Injury Centres
Find out more about Assistive Technology facilities in Spinal Injury Centres.

Assistive Technology Volunteers
Learn how you can help people with Spinal Cord Injury by becoming an assistive technology volunteer.

Annual Assistive Technology Conference
Our annual assistive technology conference, and how you can trial the different types of Assistive Technology used by Aspire, will be announced (date tbc).

Case Studies
Read stories about the ways in which assistive technology has helped people with Spinal Cord Injury get back online.

Assistive Technology brochure
Read the assistive technology brochure.

How you can help us
Find out more about the ways you can help us, such as by becoming an assistive technology volunteer, or by providing us with a case study.

Assistive Technology FAQs 
Answers to frequently asked questions about assistive technology.

This programme is generously funded by Simply Health, the Leathersellers’ Company Charitable Fund and TalkTalk Business.

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