Community Vision is committed to raising the awareness and integration of universal accessibility and inclusive practices, to the benefit of all members of our society.
The AT Lab is an Education and Resource Center that aims to increase community and professional knowledge around a wide range of assistive technology — from writing aids, to tablet computers, to mobility devices — and AT’s important role in fostering independence for individuals who experience disability.
The AT Lab will serve up to 300 Oregon/SW Washington individuals, professionals, support people, and families annually, through trainings, workshops, user-groups, and consultations.
The accessibility of the Seven Corners Collaborative means that anyone can stop by to visit during posted open hours where adults and children experiencing disability will be able to explore effective tools to increase participation within their communities.
Please visit the AT Lab website for more information on the features and value of this important community resource.
And learn more about the Seven Corners collaborative building at sevencornerscollaborative.org.