Assistive Technology Services
Several forms of adaptive technologies, including computer based technologies, can be used to enable persons with communication-based disabilities to communicate with family, educators, employers, and others.
Focusing on infants, toddlers, and preschoolers with developmental delays, Project IMPACT (Insuring Mississippi Parents' and Children's Tomorrows) provides evaluation and intervention services to maximize the developmental potential of Mississippi children.
Express Yourself! Art Program
The T. K. Martin Center's project Express Yourself! is an art, recreational, and vocational program. The mission of the program is to provide individuals with disabilities the power to express themselves and their creative interests through artistic works. Express Yourself! Art includes artists with the most severe physical disabilities and those with disabilities who may not otherwise participate in other art programming, such as Autism Spectrum Disorders or Intellectual Disabilities.
The Mission of the IGNITE Dyslexia Program is to ensure that learners with reading difficulties are able to build a love of learning through reading and writing. Learners will be exposed to assistive technology and learning strategies and be given the necessary foundations for success.