NMTAP offers free services to New Mexicans with disabilities to help them get the assistive technology (AT) services they need. It is a statewide program designed to increase knowledge of, access to, and acquisition of assistive or adaptive technology for anyone with any disability, anywhere in the state, of any age.
NMTAP and AgrAbility will be participating in Disability Rights Awareness Day in Santa Fe held at the New Mexico State Capitol (Roundhouse).
NMTAP will have an information table at the APS Transition Fair – Learning Zone 2 held at Atrisco Heritage Academy High.
Please see the APS Spring 2020 Transition Fair Series Flyer for more information.
AgrAbility will have an information table at the New Mexico Beekeepers Association 2020 Winter Conference.
Please see the New Mexico Beekeepers Association 2020 Winter Conference Flyer for more details.
GROW…. With Assistive Technology!
May 4th & 5th, 2020 at Sheraton Uptown
Now accepting CALL FOR PAPERS!
We’re looking for engaging presentations that fit the realm of AT while showcasing different technologies to our many attendees.
Please email completed forms to Jesse Armijo at Jesse.Armijo@state.nm.us.
Final date to submit will be January 17, 2020.
Registration is now open for ATC20!
Click the link to REGISTER for ATC20.
You can read more information about the conference including Cost and CEU’s on our ATC20 FLYER.
Please CLICK HERE to book a room at the Sheraton Uptown
Are you a farmer or rancher who is in need of an individual or worksite assessment?
NMTAP is available to provide individual and worksite assessments to offer strategies that allow a farmer, rancher or family member to continue working, increase production and/or prevent secondary injuries.
Learn more about the New Mexico AgrAbility Project and how to contact NMTAP for an AT evaluation or educational training.
NMTAP is a program of the State of New Mexico Governor's Commission on Disability, under a grant from the U.S Department of Health and Human Services, Administration on Community Living.