CNMI Assistive Technology Program

UPDATED: September 10, 2018

The CNMI DDC Assistive Technologies program's mission is to provide and demonstrate how Assistive Technology can transform limitations into opportunities. We work toward this mission by providing access to Assistive Technology and related services that enable individuals with disabilities to achieve productivity, independence, and success according to their needs and interest. Our AT Center provides support and services to people of all ages and abilities throughout the CNMI. We work closely with Family Members, Teachers, Medical & Therapeutic Professionals, Schools, Businesses, Government Agencies and Vendors to better help them serve the needs of individuals with disabilities.

  • Languages:
  • English
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PO Box 502565
Saipan, MP 96950
United States



(670) 664-7000



Sarah Andrews

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