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Need a piece of assitsive technology that doesn’t exist? Can’t find just the thing you need? Look no further than V-Linc, an organization that creates technological solutions to improve the independence and quality of life for individuals of all ages with disabilities in Maryland. By partnering with engineers, V-Linc takes a mix of off-the-shelf computer software and equipment and creates one-of-a-kind, customized assistive technology. Additionally they help clients of all ages determine the best computer solutions for their needs including software, hardware, and strategies.

Contact V-Linc if you’d like to learn more about their services, past projects, and more!

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