Meet the new way to drive assistive technology resources

Atlibrary Software connects you with your users

 

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Streamline your assistive technology process.

Accelerate short term loans. Prioritise the needs of individuals.

 

Start with a free 30-day trial today

 

AtLibrary Software is everything you need to bring assistive technology to your clients.

Harness your resources. Broaden your reach.

 

Start with a free 30-day trial today.

 

ATLibrary Software helps health professionals, administrators and educators get the most from their assistive technology pool.


ATLibrary Software Lets You Get On With The Job

Army 1st Lt. Evan Howard, a deployed Ohio Army National Guardmember from Dayton, Ohio, reads a book with Daniar, a student at the Nadjeschda Children's Rehabilitation Center in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, Dec. 8, 2013. Howard and other Transit Center at Manas service members spent time with children from the school after delivering boxes of donated clothes and toys as part of the Rotary Club of Akron, Ohio's Operation Deployed for Good. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Ross Whitley)

Maximise Resources

Save on costs, reduce device abandonment and improve assistive technology short term lending

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Broaden Your Reach

Communicate and cooperate with ease across branches, organisations and locations

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Go Real Time

Know what you have in stock, where it is and when it’s next available

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Put Your Data To Work

Gain insight from your data, run instant graphical reports perfect for the C-Suite and AT funding proposals

 

 

Whether a simple pointing device, sophisticated screen reader, walking aid or speech amplifier, every day assistive technology improves the lives of people with disabilities across the globe. 

Yet US Statistics indicate that up to 75% of assistive technology is abandoned, as equipment is unsuitable to the needs of individuals.

Help change these figures. Streamline your process with ATLibrary Software. 

 

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 Winners of Neurological Alliance of Ireland Innovation Award

 

Trusted By Users


 

In an independent survey of 150 users of a library powered by ATLibrary Software:

  • 98% found it was easier to source AT devices
  • 95% had achieved savings or were confident they would
  • 89% said the service had enhanced their knowledge base
  • 95% would recommend the service to a colleague

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Don’t just take our word for it

The German Digital Opportunities Foundation is an organisation set up in Germany in 2002 to promote the use of the internet and digital resources for disadvantaged groups such as people with disabilities, migrants and disadvantaged people.

The Digital Opportunities Foundation in Germany up encountered the www.try-it.ie project (powered by ATLibrary.com software) at the ACCESS-IT awards, and were very impressed by it. So much so that of the many projects on display, they chose it, among a handful, for a special mention.

Read the article here.

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The main benefit for Enable Ireland in using our ATLibrary is that we have an efficient online process to assist us in managing the loaning out of AT equipment. It automates the loaning of equipment so we don’t have to be concerned about where items have gone to, whether we have sent all the kit, or whether we have we have received everything back. We really like that fact that the ATLibrary takes care of sending members reminders when items have not been receipted and when loans are due back for return.

Siobhan Long
National Manager
Assistive Technology and SeatTech Services
Enable Ireland

The Irish Times newspaper published an article about two projects are making technology work for those who need it, and one of those projects is  www.try-it.ie.

This is an article published by the Irish Times newspaper about two projects, one of which is www.try-it.ie, the predecessor of ATLibrary, and the cornerstone on which ATLibrary.com is built.

Read the article here.