Adult cam portal
Assistive Technology Children with special needs or disabilities may benefit from a variety of assistive technology (AT).
On this page, we offer an overview of available types of AT, information to guide selection of AT, and resources to help you find what you need.
This inventory contains details of data from Stage II of the Cambridge Centre for Ageing and Neuroscience (Cam CAN) project.
Here 700 adults were scanned using structural Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), functional MRI (both resting and task-based), and magnetoencephalography (MEG) (resting and task-based).
This section provides some brief direction on guardianship, estate planning, special needs trusts, and divorce as well as laws that protect and extend benefits to CSHCN.
Diagnoses & Conditions - FAQs This section is written for parents and other family members of children with the disabilities and diagnoses listed in our Diagnoses and Conditions section.
The Cam-CAN project uses epidemiological, cognitive, and neuroimaging data to understand how individuals can best retain cognitive abilities into old age.School Types and Options Schools can provide necessary services and support for CSHCN.Learn the terms, laws, and processes so you can work more effectively with schools to provide the best educational experience for your child.Please allow one business day to process new account requests.For your convenience we have made our Patient Forms available to you online.
Filling prescriptions, working with the insurance company, or simply keeping up with your child—dealing with daily life is often overwhelming.