ALLTECH is pleased to provide Assistive Technology (AT) Assessments to individuals under MaineCare Waiver Sections 21 and 29  in the areas of communication, computer access, and access to technology.  Assessments are geared toward supporting independence in the home and community environments.  Services could include assessment, acquisition of technology, training and on-going support.

A typical adaptive technology assessment for Section 21 and 29 waiver consumers includes:

Additional services could include (based on individual consumer needs):

MaineCare waiver assistive technology assessments are conducted out of ALLTECH’s Portland office.  To streamline the process and to make accessing hardware/software trials more convenient, we attempt to conduct the assessment at that location.

In addition to supporting consumers with MaineCare Section 21 and 29 funding, ALLTECH is able to provide support to those using the Homeward Bound funding source. For more information about the Homeward Bound program visit the Maine Department of Health and Human Services – Office of Aging and Disability Services website.

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