Become part of the growing TechOWL community through our many amazing initiatives.
The Wheeled Repair Alliance is a growing community of bike shops, disabled people, and community members who are learning how to maintain and repair wheelchairs. We host free workshops regularly. Come and learn from us!
The TechOWL community lab is a space to learn and grow with TechOWL. Explore assistive technology and TechOWL’s programs with us!
AT Champions is an effort to engage young people with disabilities to learn about activism, disability history, and local resources to help spread the word and empower their communities.
ACES is a program for young adult users (18+ years) of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) located on the main campus of Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
ACES is a two-week intensive program followed by monthly meetups and ongoing social media engagement.
AAC Community is an effort to unite all individuals concerned with communication rights for Pennsylvanians with intellectual disabilities, autism, movement difficulties, and other disabilities that create complex communication needs. Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) is any form of communication other than spoken/oral language used to express thoughts, needs, wants, and ideas.