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Columbia Offers Free AT Support Program for Families

Columbia University and JCC Manhattan are providing an Assistive Technology Support Program for children with special needs. This support program will consist of a series of free informational sessions, funded through Time Warner Cable. The program will be made available to school-age children (early intervention to college bound) and their families. Sessions will address how assistive technologies can help students address learning, communication, vision, hearing, and physical access needs in the classroom. This program provides information to help parents become informed advocates and consumers.

Sessions will be held on Sundays from May 1 through August 28 at a variety of times throughout the morning and afternoon.

For more information and/or to schedule a free appointment, contact Mark Surabian at or call 917-586-8000. Please be sure to indicate that you are interested in scheduling a consultation at the JCC in Manhattan.

The JCC Manhattan is located at:
334 Amsterdam Avenue at West 76th Street
New York, NY 10023
Multimedia Center (computing center), Lower Level Two Basement

For more information: AT Support Program for Families


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