In a world now largely driven by technology and one in which communication and access to information often portals through digital devices, it’s important to work toward universal access to these tools of daily living and societal inclusion. For the 28 million U.S. citizens with cognitive disabilities, access to these tools is important. At PCS we work daily toward increased integration for the cognitively disabled and that means we look upon access to technology as a fundamental issue.


To read the official Rights of People with Cognitive Disabilities to Technology and Information Access, visit: