At the Shriver Center, we believe that information on the web should be accessible to all people, including those with disabilities.
For nearly two decades, our experts have been designing and developing web-based technologies that are accessed and understood by a wide range of users.
Informed by the Shriver Center’s innovative research in the field of instructional technology, we provide web development, accessibility consulting, and e-learning design and development services to state and city governments, universities, and nonprofit organizations across the country through our technology development group, INDEX Technical Services.
Our disability technology solutions include:
- An award-winning series of online courses for the University of Massachusetts Lowell that prepares individuals to provide Behavioral Intervention in Autism
- An online training and certification program that prepares behavioral health professionals to use the Massachusetts Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) tool
- An online initiative that matches people with disabilities with assistive technology, MassMATCH
To learn how we can serve your organization with disability technology, please contact us.