UofL Health - Frazier Rehab Institute Assistive Technology Program uses technology to enable rehabilitation and recovery. Our interdisciplinary approach provides individualized assistive technology (AT) services to support learning and integration of AT into every life for patients and their families.
Assistive Technology means using up-to-date technologies to provide people with disabilities powerful tools for compensating for limitations, moving on in life and returning to valued roles and occupations. Assistive technology devices enable powered mobility through the use of alternate controls, adaptive computer access for written and spoken communication, remote control of the environment and modifications to the home and workplace. Assistive technology features include:
A referral from a primary care physician or specialist in physical rehabilitation, neurology, or orthopedics, is needed to schedule an appointment with the Assistive Technology Program. Patients of vocational rehabilitation agencies can also be served through Frazier Rehab’s Assistive Technology Program.