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Assistive Technology Resource Center

Our Assistive Technology Resource Center (ATRC) provides devices and services to assist individuals with learning, working and interacting socially.

What is
Assistive Technology?

Assistive Technology (AT) is any item, piece of equipment or product, acquired commercially, modified or customized, that is used to increase, maintain or improve functional capabilities.

Maria smiling while using a tablet

“Assistive technology doesn’t just make Maria’s life less frustrating and more productive; it empowers her to function in her world and to connect with the people in that world. Nothing is more important than that.”

John B.
Maria’s Dad

Noah using a stroller provided by Redwood
TAP cabinet
Ramp outside of house
A Redwood therapist assisting a client.

Kentucky Assistive Technology Services Network

One of the five regional assistive technology resource centers in the state of Kentucky, the ATRC contributes to statewide initiatives of the KATS Network. The mission of this collaborative system is to make assistive technology information, devices and services easily obtainable. Learn more about the KATS network at

An infant boy in a high-chair with his mother next to him smiling.

Kentucky First Steps Assistive Technology

Supports the birth-3 population in Kentucky through access to AT devices, services, and information,

The toyota-sponsored event for adapted vehicles.

Item Spotlight

Redwood applied to the Toyota program and was thrilled to receive adapted vehicles to be used with our childcare and pediatric therapy clients. These vehicles have been modified to operate with a mechanical switch on the steering wheel, and have postural supports for children with positioning needs. A number of current Redwood pediatric clients also applied to the program and received customized adapted vehicles for use at home.