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Assistive Technology Coordinator

Posted: 03/12/2023

Job Type

The Assistive Technology Coordinator is responsible for providing assessments and/or training as it relates to assistive technology needs for those with intellectual and or developmental disabilities, to help them select and utilize adaptive devices to assist with equal access.


The Assistive Technology Coordinator identifies possible needs for assistive technology for an individual to meet goals and objectives, creates a plan and strategy for obtaining assistive technology devices, coordinates training for the individual, staff, parents/guardians and others to provide successful implementation.


  •  Complete community and or home-based assistive technology assessments and training.
  • Compile reports and document all necessary follow up on assessments and trainings completed.
  • Partner with Adult Service departments to determine internal needs for AT assessments.
  • Work closely with colleagues and community partners to assess, develop, and implement innovative  opportunities to address the spectrum of service needs in AT services.
  • Track, analyze, and report on various data sources to demonstrate compliance as well as track trends and identify areas of organizational improvement to provide best practices.
  • Participates in Agency and team meetings, as needed and as requested to assess assistive technology needs.
  • Occasionally provides training to employees as delegated by the Program Director(s)
  • Ensures documentation adheres to the standards set by DDS and the other applicable fiduciary bodies.
  • Participates in committee assignments as needed as they relate to Assistive Technology.
  • Partner with Marketing and Communications to develop, implement and monitor outward marketing campaign for AT.
  • Develop relationships with community partners and vendors to advance the needs of Assistive Technology.
  • Develop and maintain assistive tech library of equipment.
  • Attend Assistive Technology related trainings and conferences.


  • BA degree from accredited college or university. Related field preferred.
  • Ability to become certified in Assistive Technology
  • Ability to complete data collection and analysis.
  • Minimum of two years experience working with individuals with I/DD
  • Ability to work successfully, both independently and in a team environment
  • Must be over 18 and possess a valid Connecticut driver’s license, have an acceptable driving history and be able to utilize your own vehicle for SARAH business as defined by SARAH Inc.’s policy.
  • Experience with reading and understanding policies and regulations and translating general guidelines into specific action
  • Possesses high level computer skills, especially Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). 
  • Working understanding of all populations served by the agency. 
  • Proficient in identifying, collecting, maintaining, and tracking information.
  • Proficient in assessing and training using multiple modalities.
  • Employees are required to be fully COVID-19 vaccinated and receive one booster (if eligible for a booster) prior to hire.

SARAH Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Salary Description
$23 - $25 per hour