Assistive Technology Program
Wilson Workforce and Rehabilitation Center
Who We Are
Wilson Workforce and Rehabilitation Center (WWRC) offers state-of-the-art evaluation, consultation, and treatment programs for clients who require assistive technology to live, work and/or go to school as independently as possible.
The WWRC Assistive Technology (AT) Program is part of the statewide Virginia Assistive Technology System, which provides services to individuals with disabilities across the Commonwealth of Virginia. Services are available to adolescents and adults, with an emphasis on work and independent living. In partnership with persons with disabilities and rehabilitation professionals, interdisciplinary Assistive Technology Teams provides comprehensive interdisciplinary technology assessments and customized technology services to improve a client’s employment potential, foster independence, and promote full inclusion in society through the use of assistive technology.