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Simon Technology Center Overview
Assistive technology can be a device or service that helps children with disabilities participate more independently within their environment at home or school.
The Simon Technology Center (STC) is dedicated to making the benefits of technology more accessible to children and adults with disabilities. Through a collaborated effort involving parents, professionals, and consumers, the STC can provide numerous services for your family, as well as resources and informative answers to your questions. Since 1987, the Simon Technology Center has helped many children and adults, with a variety of disabilities, use assistive technology to enhance learning, work and independence.
The Simon Technology Center provides a variety of core services to help children, families, and professionals including:
- Technology consultations
- Lending library
- Individualized Training Sessions
- SUPER Service for used assistive technology
- In-services and workshops
- Simon Technology Center videos
The Simon Technology Center also operates several projects with specific focuses such as:
(EXploring Interests in Technology and Engineering)
A 5-Day Camp in August for middle school girls (6th-9th grades) with disabilities.
Application deadline: May 1st
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- Project KITE
- EX.I.T.E. Internship
- Leadership Academy
- Universally Designed Technology in Schools
- Tech Connect
- Teens Succeeding with Technology
- Microsoft Accessibility Resource Center
The Simon Technology and its projects are generously sponsored by private donations and the following foundations: 3M, Boston Scientific, Donaldson Foundation, Ecolab, Fred C. & Katherine B. Andersen Foundation, Grotto Foundation, IBM, Medtronic, Minneapolis Rotary Community Service Foundation, The Minneapolis Foundation, Schulze Family Foundation, Verizon, and Xcel Energy. In kind support provided by Accenture and Target.