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ATAC of DRNJ Launches Social Networking Initiative

The Assistive Technology Advocacy Center (ATAC) of Disability Rights New Jersey recently began efforts to communicate with the interested public through two social networking platforms.

ATAC recently launched a site on Facebook ( which contains new information and links about assistive technology events and products that are making a difference in New Jersey and elsewhere.  The Facebook site is designed to help anyone find the latest information about AT developments.  If you are a Facebook user, you can “like” the page, or just share information on the site with others.

ATAC also started a group on LinkedIn for assistive technology professionals in New Jersey to share information, request technical assistance, and develop collaborative efforts.  This group is designed for people who work on AT issues in New Jersey, although we welcome other visitors.

Thousands of New Jersey residents with disabilities depend on assistive technology to help make daily tasks easier, to make their workplaces more effective, and to make their transportation options safer.  Millions more use social networking to stay in touch with friends and communicate important information.  ATAC’s goal is to help both communities stay in touch with the latest news and information about AT devices, services and research.


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