The Louisiana Assistive Technology Initiative (LATI) is a project funded by the Louisiana Department of Education to improve the access of students with disabilities to the regular education curriculum. There are seven regional centers through out the state.
The mission of the Northeast Assistive Technology Center is to foster the development of general knowledge regarding assistive technology and to promote the use of assistive technology for students with disabilities, therefore increasing their access to the general curriculum, social and vocational experiences.Please contact the Center or a member of the staff for assistance.
All services offered through the Northeast Assistive Technology Center are free and open to any educational staff, parent, or student. Free services include training, consultation with students with disabilities, technical assistance, and loans of AT Tools for assessment purposes. To request a service, please complete a request form located on our Services page.
Training is offered to anyone wanting to gain knowledge of Assistive Technology and the implementation of such with Students with Disabilities. Please view our event calendar for all up coming trainings. Registration for all trainings is done through Coursewhere.
The Louisiana Assistive Technology Initiative Regional Centers are a project funded by the Louisiana Department of Education, Division of NCLB IDEA Support. Reference in this web site to any specific commercial products, process, service, manufacturer, or company does not constitute its endorsement or recommendation by the Louisiana DOE. The Louisiana DOE is not responsible for the contents of any "off-site" web page referenced from this site.