Families of children with disabilities often face a dizzying choice of adaptive products and technology. Here's a starter kit of helpful resources.
The PACER Center expands opportunities for children, youth and young adults with disabilities and their families to help each person reach their highest potential.
The Arc Minnesota promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Family Voices of Minnesota is a parent-to-parent networking group that connects families across the state, empowering them to become advocates for children and youth with special health care needs and disabilities.
Through athletic, health and leadership programs, Special Olympics Minnesota helps people with intellectual disabilities transform themselves, their communities and the world.
Minnesota STAR. A System of Technology to Achieve Results (STAR) helps all Minnesotans with disabilities gain access to the assistive technology they need to live, learn, work and play. STAR offers device demos, device loans (try before you buy) and device exchanges.
Technology for HOME. Technology for HOME offers person-centered assistive technology consults and technical assistance to help people with disabilities live more independently.