University of Vermont

Come to our A.T. Tryout Center Open House

Check out the newest Assistive Technology

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The Center on Disability and Community Inclusion (CDCI) invites you to our A.T. Tryout Center Open House. On Thursday, June 9, from noon until 6 p.m., staff will be available to help you try out the newest in Assistive Technology Devices. The Center is located on the 3rd Floor of Mann Hall, on UVM's Trinity Campus, 208 Colchester Avenue.

The CDCI A.T. Tryout Center provides device demonstrations, short-term equipment loans, technical assistance and training, and information on the latest in Assistive Technology for people with developmental disabilities. The mission of the CDCI Tryout Center is to increse the use of technology by children and adults with developmental disabilities and functional limitations. CDCI encourages and facilitates the empowerment of people with disabiliities to participate fully in their communities.

The A.T. Tryout Center is a project of CDCI, The Vermont Assistive Techology Program, and the Vermont State I-Team.

Stop in at your convenience to check out our inventory of Assistive Technology. Refreshments will be served.

For questions contact Leslie Ermolovich, Center Director, at 802-656-4767, or email