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Assistive Technology

New Technology Program for Regional Cerebral Palsy

04.01.12 – The United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Chicago has introduced their new technology program, Infinitec.  Infinitec, which stands for “infinite potential through technology,” acts to “advance independence and promote inclusive opportunities for children and adults through technology.”  The program offers four different service types including training and education, information services, access to technical assistance staff, and equipment services.  Infinitec also provides resources such as online classrooms, webinars, and information about access, education, and ass


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