Lynette Young, Danforth Habilitation Association, and Jennifer Walker, Green Valley Association, registering for the conference.
Resources from the 2015 Technology Conference
Health Information Exchange As An Engine of Health Delivery Innovation in Maine by Maine Association for
Community Service Providers
Health Information Technology – Enabling Better Healthcare by Jim Leonard, Deputy Director
Office of MaineCare Services
The Evolving Liabilities: Cyber, Privacy and Security Exposure by Beverly Costello, Cross Insurance
When Risk Becomes Reality -Responding to a Data Breach by Systems Engineering
Equal Right to Technology & Information
People with cognitive disabilities have an equal right to technology and information access. A coalition of disability organizations and individuals asserted this right in a formal declaration, announced at the Thirteenth Annual Coleman Institute National Conference on Cognitive Disability and Technology, held October 2, 2013, in Broomfield, Colorado.
We invite all of you to read this declaration, The Rights of People with Cognitive Disabilities to Technology and Information Access, by following the link below, and to affirm your commitment to the equal rights of people with cognitive disabilities to technology and information access by endorsing it on this website.
Maine Association for Community Service Providers is a proud member of ANCOR.
Maine Association for Community Service Providers
The Maine Association for Community Service Providers is an association of organizations which provide supports and services to children and adults with developmental and other cognitive disabilities. We work with many bureaus, offices, and departments of state government to deliver high quality services to Maine people. MACSP has nearly seventy member organizations operating in all sixteen counties of Maine.