The Worcester AT Regional Center is OPEN!

Want to learn more about assistive technology available for your students with disabilities? Looking for an exciting field trip for your entire class?

Schedule a tour of the new ATRC in Worcester operated by Easter Seals! This is a great way for students to learn about the increasingly high-tech world of disability technology.

Students and staff in front of smart board

Worcester Transition to Adulthood Program students on a field trip to the new center

Interact with the VGo robot

Smiling teenage boy with VGo robot and staff smiling in the background.

Worcester students talk with Desi Forte at the ATRC in Boston via VGo

Draw on the giant smartboard!

A teenage girl draws on the smartboard using a stylus.

Play with switch-adapted toys!

A teenage girl looking at a counter of switch adapted toys along a wall with a monitor hanging overhead.

Explore technology for the workplace!

A woman looking at materials and devices in the corner of a room

Hang out with ATRC Coordinator Robert Bilotta and meet his guide dog, Kilroy!

A man in a wheelchair at a workstation smiling with devices around him and a service dog laying in the foreground

Contact Robert Bilotta:

508-751-6495 or


484 Main Street,
Denholm Building, 6th floor
Worcester, MA, 01608

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