The Pass It On Center
is a national one-stop shopping center
that identifies national and state resources of assistive
technology reuse programs and services for people with
disabilities. Log onto the Pass It On Center’s
website to learn about assistive technology reuse programs
and services in the nation.
SOAR (Sports Outdoor and Recreation) is the world’s largest park for children
and adults with special needs formed by the Gordon Hartman Family Foundation. The
park is an oasis for people with disabilities, their families
and caregivers who need facilities specifically designed
to assist them in enjoying outdoor activities.
TEAMability provides specialized evaluation, teaching, physical therapy, occupational
therapy, and communication for children with severe combined disabilities and their
Catholic Charities Archdiocese of San Antonio provides
several programs in 19 counties that empower individuals
and families in our community to become self-sufficient. Programs
include children and family services; family self-sufficiency
services; counseling services; immigration and refugee
services; and senior community services.
City of San Antonio - Department of Community Initiatives provides a variety of services, including elderly and
disabled services; flu shots; income tax assistance; women, infants and children
(WIC) program; and youth services.
Bexar County - Department of Community Investment provides many services to Bexar County residents including
utility assistance; repair/replacement/retrofitting of
heating and cooling appliances; and assistance for seniors.
Texas Veterans Commission is a State agency assisting veterans and their families with federal and state veterans benefits and services. Through the TVC's Fund for Veterans' Assistance program, grants are made available to eligible charitable organizations, local government agencies, and Veterans Service Organizations that provide direct services to Texas veterans and their families.
www.techaccess.edb.utexas.edu - The Texas Technology Access Program increases access for people with disabilities to Assistive Technology that provides them more control over their immediate environments and an enhanced ability to function independently. The Texas Technology Access Program leads the state's efforts to carry out the federal Assistive Technology Act of 2004.