REGIONAL CENTER

TechOWL creates partnerships with other organizations to make sure we are available to all Pennsylvanians. This is one of the organizations we partner with to get you the tools and technology you need.

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PIAT – PA’s Initiative on Assistive Technology

1755 N. 13th Street Student Center Suite 411S Philadelphia, PA 19122

Telephone
Voice: 215-204-1356
Voice: 800-204-PIAT (7428), in state
TTY: 866-268-0579, in state
TTY: 215-204-1805

Counties Served

Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, Philadelphia

Pennsylvania’s Initiative on Assistive Technology (PIAT) is in Philadelphia. PIAT is a regional center for southeast Pennsylvania and is also the main organization for TechOWL. PIAT facilitates the activities of all of the other regional centers and reports to the state and federal agencies that fund our work.

We help people get they tools they need to live well.

PIAT strives to enhance the lives of all Pennsylvanians with disabilities, older Pennsylvanians, and their families, through access to and acquisition of assistive technology devices and services, which allow for choice, control and independence at home, work, school, play, and in their neighborhoods.

Center Events

WEBINAR – Which Words? Choosing Vocabulary

By Tom DiAgostino | April 14, 2020
Register for the free webinar – Which Words? Choosing Vocabulary

WEBINAR – Planning for the Future and Resources

By Tom DiAgostino | April 17, 2020
Register for the free webinar! Planning for the Future and Resources

NOW ONLINE – ABCs of AAC in Erie

By Tom DiAgostino | April 23, 2020
Update: April 23, 2020, 10 AM – 12 PM – the Erie, PA training will now be held ONLINE. Register for the April 23 online session. (If you already registered for the in-person training, we will contact you.) The ABCs of Augmentative and Alternative…

NOW ONLINE ABCs of AAC – Pittsburgh

By Tom DiAgostino | April 24, 2020
Update: April 24, 2020, 10 AM – 12 PM – the Pittsburgh, PA training will now be held ONLINE. Register for the April 24 online session. (If you already registered for the in-person training, we will contact you.) The ABCs of Augmentative and Alternative…

WEBINAR – ABCs of AAC

By Tom DiAgostino | April 29, 2020
The ABCs of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Learn the elements of an AAC evaluation Understand ways to judge the effectiveness of an AAC device Examples and resources will be shared Register here –

WEBINAR – ABCs of AAC

By Tom DiAgostino | May 6, 2020
The ABCs of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Learn the elements of an AAC evaluation Understand ways to judge the effectiveness of an AAC device Examples and resources will be shared Register here

WEBINAR – ABCs of AAC

By Tom DiAgostino | May 19, 2020
The ABCs of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Learn the elements of an AAC evaluation Understand ways to judge the effectiveness of an AAC device Examples and resources will be shared Register here 

WEBINAR – ABCs of AAC

By Tom DiAgostino | May 20, 2020
The ABCs of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Learn the elements of an AAC evaluation Understand ways to judge the effectiveness of an AAC device Examples and resources will be shared Register here

WEBINAR – Review and Wrap-up

By Tom DiAgostino | May 21, 2020
Register for the free webinar – Review and Wrap-up

WEBINAR – ABCs of AAC

By Tom DiAgostino | May 27, 2020
The ABCs of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Learn the elements of an AAC evaluation Understand ways to judge the effectiveness of an AAC device Examples and resources will be shared Register here  

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