Assistive Technology of Alaska
3330 Arctic Blvd., Suite 101
Anchorage  Alaska  99503
United States
Primary Phone Number: 
(907) 563-2599 x106

Please Contact Us with Any Questions:

Mystie Rail - mystie@atlaak.org


Assistive Technology of Alaska (ATLA) administers iCanConnect for the state. 
 
ATLA is a nonprofit organization specializing in assessments, assistive technology, and technology training services. It has been Alaska’s leading assistive technology (AT) resource center for over 18 years.
 
In 2012, Assistive Technology of Alaska was tapped to lead the state’s participation in the National Deaf-Blind Equipment Distribution Program, and established akCanConnect, to tie in with the national program. Specialists from the program take the time to assess consumers who have combined hearing and vision loss and determine the best technology options – smartphones, braille devices, tablets and more – to allow them access to distance communications.
 
One client writes:  “[I’m] now able to communicate with family and friends, but also to travel with the technology. Technology that will allow me to interact with my peers and members of the social advocacy organization of which I currently serve...I am truly grateful for the opportunity to receive these benefits from this wonderful program!”

Primary Email Address: 
mystie@atlaak.org
State File Attachment(s): 

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Assistive Technology of Alaska (ATLA) administers iCanConnect for the state. 
 
ATLA is a nonprofit organization specializing in assessments, assistive technology, and technology training services. It has been Alaska’s leading assistive technology (AT) resource center for over 18 years.
 
In 2012, Assistive Technology of Alaska was tapped to lead the state’s participation in the National Deaf-Blind Equipment Distribution Program, and established akCanConnect, to tie in with the national program. Specialists from the program take the time to assess consumers who have combined hearing and vision loss and determine the best technology options – smartphones, braille devices, tablets and more – to allow them access to distance communications.
 
One client writes:  “[I’m] now able to communicate with family and friends, but also to travel with the technology. Technology that will allow me to interact with my peers and members of the social advocacy organization of which I currently serve...I am truly grateful for the opportunity to receive these benefits from this wonderful program!”


For more information on how to apply for iCanConnect in Alaska contact:

Mystie
Rail
3330 Arctic Blvd., Suite 101
Anchorage  Alaska  99503
United States
(907) 563-2599 x106 (v)

Alaska File Attachment(s)