Improving Life Through Assistive Technology

Making Technology Accessible to Everyone

Assistive Technology - the Tools for Life

Assistive Technology (AT) is a broad term that refers to any piece of equipment or device that helps an individual to complete a task and to do so as safely and independently as possible.

Increasing Capabilities Access Network (iCAN) is connecting Arkansans with the technology they need to help them learn, work, communicate and live more independently.

Our services offered are available to all Arkansans, regardless of age, geographic area, disability, income or eligibility for any other service.

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Assistive Technology Solutions

We have tools that can help in a variety of ways. Click the photos below to learn more.

Free and Low-Cost AT

Our AT Reuse program is in the service of reclaiming and redistributing previously owned Assistive Technology and Durable Medical Equipment to ensure that the equipment is being used for the full value of its lifecycle. Arkansans who are seeking alternative options to obtaining AT devices will learn what is AT and how to find and donate reuse devices. We are here to answer important questions when searching for the appropriate device to meet the needs of Arkansas. Find out the types of reuse devices and resources available at iCAN.

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AT & Disability Resources

Do you need more information? If you want to dig deeper into the world of Assistive Technology, the following links can assist you in understanding AT and the inclusion of people with disabilities.

Resources & Help

AT News & Evaluations

Prodigi Connect 12

  Seeing more and staying connected has never been this clever and simple The newly redesigned Connect 12… Read More

Livescribe Echo Smartpen

The Livescribe Echo Smartpen uses a camera in the pen tip that works with the microdots printed on… Read More

Liftware Eating Utensil

This device is amazing. As simple as it looks, it manages to instantly counteract the hand movements to… Read More

Seminars & Trainings


AllAccess: Exploring the Poassibilities of Alternative Access and AAC

Register Here: AllAccess: Exploring the Possibilities of Alternative Access and AAC – 3 hour There are many individuals… Read More


Language Acquisition through Motor Planning (LAMP) Workshop

Location: Arkansas School for the Deaf/ Tornado Shelter,  2400 W. Markham St., Little Rock, AR  72205 Fee: $119 LAMP… Read More



Location: Arkansas School for the Deaf/ Tornado Shelter,  2400 W. Markham St., Little Rock, AR  72205 Fee: $145 This… Read More

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