Assistive Technology Evaluations

Fall 2022: The Knox Center is now open during the same hours as the Shapiro Library. Please send any questions to Sites.Knox@umich.edu.

Assistive technology evaluations are an opportunity for members of the University of Michigan community to explore high-tech accommodation options for a temporary or permanent disability.

Students 

Current and prospective students affiliated with the Office of Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) should contact their coordinator to arrange an evaluation.

    Faculty & Staff

    Current faculty/staff members who have medical documentation of disability should contact MHealthy Ergonomics (734-763-0852; mhealthyergo@med.umich.edu). Faculty and staff who are affiliated with LS&A should also contact the LSA Disability Navigators.

    Other Current Members of the U-M Community

    The Knox Center staff can provide evaluations for current members of the U-M community who are not covered by SSD or other faculty/staff services. There is no charge for the evaluation and no proof of disability is required. Contact the staff at Sites.Knox@umich.edu

    U-M Affiliates

    Knox Center staff members are able to provide limited support to alumni, retirees, and emeriti.

      Members of the Public

      The downtown branch of the Ann Arbor District Library (AADL) offers one-on-one basic assistance with assistive technology devices and applications, by appointment. For more information, or to set up an appointment, call 734-327-4224, or email wlbpd@aadl.org.

      The Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living, 734-971-0277, and  Michigan Rehabilitation Services, 877-901-9195, may also be able to provide assistance.