Enabling full participation in life


While technology is constantly changing, enTECH’s vision of promoting and fostering independence and the potentiality of all persons by providing creative technology solutions remains constant.

For 23 years, the program  has grown and adapted, concentrating on meeting the alternative technology access needs for individuals, groups and populations who otherwise might not reach their full potential. enTECH’s outreach is focused in the local area, region and state. enTECH has numerous programs and services to assist individuals who require alternative ways of participating in educational, community living and activities of daily living. enTECH allows individuals the opportunity to live their lives to the fullest.

The collaboration between Spalding Univeristy’s Auerbach School of Occupational Therapy (ASOT) and enTECH advances assistive technology educational opportunities for current and future practitioners. Simultaneously, the partnernship provides consumers with creative technology solutions that enhance participation in everyday life activities. enTECH moved to the Spalding University campus in October 2004 and became part of the Auerbach School of Occupational Therapy in January 2006.