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 Center for Accessible Technology 39 Years of Service

About Us

Our Mission

Guy Thomas, a disability right's activist and wheelchair user, typing with the use of assistive technology, a mouth stick.

C4AT's focus is on access to computers and technology for people with disabilities. We do this so children with disabilities can succeed in school, adults with disabilities can find (and keep) jobs and all people with disabilities can use their phones, personal computers, the internet, and email and benefit from the digital revolution.

C4AT also provides business consulting services to nonprofit organizations, businesses,  and government entities. We provide assistance on creating accessible websites and have a test bank of users with disabilities to test websites, apps, products and services.

C4AT supports use of technology to promote independent living for people with disabilities, providing information via online resources, and engaging in advocacy work to support policies that expand access to technology, energy, and telecommunications for people with disabilities, including the many people with disabilities.

C4AT is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

Mission Statement

We believe that people with disabilities should be able to participate fully in work, school, recreation, and the community, and that technology is one important tool toward that end. Our mission includes:

Our History


The California Speech-Language-Hearing Association awarded C4AT their “2019 Celebration of Excellence Public Service Award”. They produced a short video about C4AT and what we do.