Listed below are some general examples of assitive technology.  This is not an inclusive list, for more information contact MonTECH.

Aids for Daily Living:

  • Easy grip silverware
  • Talking pitchers, scales, and clocks
  • Door handle extensions for easier gripping
  • Big button remotes
  • Large print clocks and timers

 Home Modifications:

  • Wheel chair ramp for access in and out of the home
  • Stair lift
  • Remodeling a bathroom for easier access in and out of the shower
  • Widening hallways, or door ways


  • Artificial limbs
  • Knee braces
  • Elbow supports
  • Rrotective facemasks
  • Halo collars
  • Ankle, foot or leg braces
  • Spinal and neck braces

Communication Devices:

  • TTY service
  • Big button phones
  • Video phones
  • Picture phones
  • Talking caller id
  • Push button device that answers yes or no questions
  • iPad apps that can communicate through symbols or pictures, or text.
  • Eye-gaze communication system


  • Switch activated doors
  • Televisions
  • Game controllers
  • Devices that would be made easier with the attachment of a switch.

Worksite Modification:

  • Accessible doors
  • Hallways
  • Raised desk
  • Computer access aids

Vehicles and Vehicle Modification:

  • Vehicle that is deemed accessible for the purpose of transportation
  • Ramp attached to the vehicle
  • Doors that open by remote
  • Modified steering and transmission controls

Computer Adaptations:

  • Different mouses depending on the gripping needs
  • Wrist, arm or foot support
  • Voice command software like Dragon Naturally Speaking
  • Large print keyboards, or other ergonomic keyboards

Vision Aids:

  • Large button remotes
  • Clocks
  • Calculators
  • Talking clocks or calculators
  • Writing, signature and other guides
  • Magnifiers
  • Scanners
  • Readers

Durable Medical Equipment:

  • Medical equipment that is used in the home to aid in a better quality of living
  • Ion lungs
  • Oxygen tents
  • Nebulizers
  • CPAP
  • Aatheters
  • Hospital beds
  • Wheelchairs

Hearing Devices:

  • Audio amplifiers
  • Head sets
  • Hearing aids

Environmental Control:

  • Switch or voice activated devices to control ones lights, bed positions, television, door, music, thermostat and so on.

 Farm Machinery Adaptations:

  • Steering knobs
  • Seat lifts
  • Steps
  • Ramps
  • Adapted controls to accommodate different disabilities


  • Wheelchairs
  • Walkers
  • Scooters
  • Standers


  • Adapted skis to accommodate different disabilities
  • Adapted cycles (tricycles, hand bikes, etc.)
  • Adapted boats
  • Gun mounts