New England Assistive Technology (NEAT), an Oak Hill Center, provides resources, assistive technology services and adaptive equipment to individuals of all ages and abilities.
A membership is offered to individuals, independent professionals, school districts, agencies, universities, companies, etc. You do not have to be a member to benefit from NEAT services. However, the benefits of membership are priceless.
Benefits to Members
The NEAT Lending Library provides short-term loans (30 days) of assistive technology devices. Devices include (but are not limited to) laptops with specialized software; iPads with learning, productivity and communication apps; low vision magnifiers; adapted board games and toys; mid-tech communication devices as well as eye gaze; capability switches and access assessment toolkits; and so much more!
NEAT’s Member ATventures provides 9+ hours of professional development delivered annually on the hottest trends and latest tools in early education, education, AAC, AT, technology and smart home solutions. These 1-hour sessions are conducted through webinar and in-person networking events.
Exclusive Online Resources
A bank of AT and AAC resources, flyers and short training videos are provided to NEAT members with a private link. Our training videos can help you learn and develop your AT skills in short personalized increments. These are a great way to learn more about AT recommendations provided in an AT evaluation or simply catch up on AT tools that your students are currently using.
You will need to be a member to access these videos as well as have the Member password.
Discounts on Services
As a NEAT member, you are eligible for discounts on services including, but not limited to, AT evaluations and training. Please visit our website for our menu of services, prices, and member discount rate information.
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BIRTH TO THREE PROVIDER AGENCY
- ABC Intervention Program
- American School for the Deaf
- Beacon Services of CT
- Benchmark Infant and Toddler Services
- Building Bridges, LLC
- Cheshire Public Schools
- Children’s Therapy Services
- Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center
- Creative Interventions
- CREC Birth to Three
- EASTCONN Birth to Three
- Easter Seal Birth to Three
- EdAdvance Autism Program
- HARC – Steppingstones
- The Kennedy Center, Inc.
- Kennedy-Donovan Center
- Key Human Services, Inc.
- LEARN: Birth to Three
- Little Learners – autism specialty only
- New England Center for Hearing Rehabilitation
- Project Interact, Inc.
- Rehabilitation Associates of CT, Inc.
- Reachout, Inc.
- Sarah, Inc. – KIDSTEPS
- South Bay Early Childhood
- St. Vincent’s Special Needs Services
- STAR Rubino Center
- Wheeler Clinic
- Lisbon Public Schools
- Regional School District 5 (Amity)
- Regional School District 10
- Regional School District 17
- Rocky Hill
COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY
- Central Connecticut State University
- Quinnipiac University
- DDS - North Region
- Berkshire Meadows of JRI
- Advocates, Inc.
- L. Fine, AT Coordinator WRCC
- N. Simison, Adjunct Professor USJ
- Viability, Inc (formerly Community Enterprises)