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Welcome to the website of the Assistive Technology Resource Centers of Hawaii (ATRC).

ATRC is a nonprofit whose mission is to link people with technology and empower individuals through its use. ATRC is also the State of Hawaii's designated AssistiveTechnology Act agency. 

Our primary role is as an education center for anyone interested in Assistive Technology. We do not sell products. We will recommend vendors if requested.

We have been providing Assistive Technology Services for the State of Hawaii beginning in 1991!  Wow, how technology has changed for all of us and we believe persons with disabilities have benefited tremendously.  You can learn more about ATRC and Assistive Technology through this website, on our Facebook page, and by contacting our office.  We look forward to meeting and assisting you in any way that makes Assistive Technology more familiar and usable for you. Take the opportunity to browse this site, see what we currently offer and contact us at any time for service, program information, and assistance related to ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY.

Barbara Fischlowitz-Leong, 

Executive Director / CEO

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Access to Independence - Program Manager - Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Access to Independence are accepting applications for the job of Program Manager.

Please click below to download the job description and applicant requirements.

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 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES AT ATRC

ATRC has employment opportunities for the following positions:

As ATRC continues to provide top quality programs and services across our state, we are seeking employees committed to working with persons with disabilities.  Positions may be adjusted to meet our needs and yours, apply and see what happens! We look forward to hearing from you. Please include a cover letter and a resume.

Contact Barbara Fischlowitz-Leong via barbara@atrc.org for detailed information.

Barbara Fischlowitz-Leong

Executive Director

UCPA Hawaii Special Recreation

The United Cerebral Palsy Association of Hawaii is hosting a special recreation program geared especially for individuals with disabilities.  Participants will have three programs to choose from: Grinds, Art & Entertainment, and Special Event.  More information about these programs and registration is available at the link below.  Please direct all questions regarding these programs to the UCPA of Hawaii at http://www.ucpahi.org/contact_us.aspx 

MAC Plus Recreation Fall 2014 Information.doc