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What is Supportive Technology?

Supportive technology offers people with developmental disabilities personalized help with daily tasks at home or at work.
Two types of Supportive Technology services are Remote Support and Assistive Technology. Learn about these below.

Remote Support

Remote Support allows a specially trained off-site direct service provider to monitor and respond to a person’s health, safety, and other needs using live, two-way communication.

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Assistive Technology

Assistive Technology is a group of tools that increase communication, learning, and independence for people with developmental disabilities.

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MCBDD Smart Home

The Smart Home is a mock “home” set up to demonstrate the wide variety of technologies available to help a person be more independent within their home.

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Connie Jack, Supportive Technology Specialist
330-725-7751 ext. 243

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