Social Security Administration’s Ticket to Work Program
From computers, phones and copiers, to machinery, hand tools and vehicles — most of us use some form of technology at work to help us complete tasks more easily and efficiently. But, if you have a disability, assistive technology (AT) can help you perform job tasks that you might not otherwise be able to do.  AT can help people with disabilities adapt and transition to different workplace settings and needs. This article shares information about AT and gives examples of AT that can help people transition into offices and other workplaces.